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Sentinel Cardinal

Being five poems behind in Global Poetry Writing month, spaces the poems. Of course if I would listen to the Cardinal and get up early to write, we’d be on track. This beautiful and sassy bird, needed this poem. Enjoy. … Continue reading

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A Poet’s Garden

This poem came out of my Sunday morning gardening time. In the course of writing it, I figured out why I have never been a great gardener. It is not so much about production as creating a place, a place … Continue reading

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Pre-dawn by Dawn Anderson The sky is a decrepit indigo half hidden in a web of stark tree branches dark like shadows imposed upon the dead sky- Sky in purgatory, between faded stars and waking sun accompanied by the dissonant … Continue reading

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