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  • Sad and Beautiful

    Beautiful

    Source There was something sad and beautiful in the evening sky as I drove home tonight. Two flocks of birds darted fluently in the sky, and then became one... Read more

    Posted on 15 September 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Night Bird

    Night Bird

    I've been pulling several all nighters this summer, not really by choice. I wrote this little poem one night in the wee hours to vent my frustration. And yes, i... Read more

    Posted on 18 July 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • I Have to Please Myself, So I Do

    Have Please Myself,

    I've come to the conclusion that others may not necessarily see me the same way I see myself, and that is okay. This is a consequence that introverts must take... Read more

    Posted on 08 June 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Wilde and Free

    Wilde Free

    Source Wilde and free, That is me. The river, The wind, The air, Alive in me. Adorn my wings, Like jewels to see, Wild and free, In me. Read more

    Posted on 31 May 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • A Graveyard of Buried Hopes

    Graveyard Buried Hopes

    I'm sorry. I don't like {what I have seen of} the new series, "Anne With An E." I wanted to like it, but my little kindred heart wants to break when I think tha... Read more

    Posted on 29 May 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Rain Lover

    Rain Lover

    Source For the millionth time, today I told someone how much I love rain and stormy weather, and for the millionth time they looked back at me in disbelief.... Read more

    Posted on 26 April 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • In the Trees

    Trees

    Source I saw my chance and took it, Right there in the trees, A waiting gap was open so, I pulled in and parked beneath, The pretty blossoms in their prime, Thi... Read more

    Posted on 25 March 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • To Think Where They Have Been

    Think Where They Have Been

    First, the colorful wings I spied, Heard the soulful, birdful cry, With one breath, my soul did rise, Saw the nest, scanned the sky, My people, my kin, Nearest... Read more

    Posted on 18 March 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Freedom

    Freedom

    I've been quiet this winter, but I can assure you that inside my brain, there is a flurry of thoughts, much like the flocks of birds I keep seeing. Read more

    Posted on 12 February 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Living in a Pastel World

    Living Pastel World

    Breaths come in cold, and go out pale and still. Frozen for a snap shop moment, then turning invisible. Looking up to the sky, her face is brushed with cold... Read more

    Posted on 29 January 2017 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • The Season

    Season

    The light of the Season seems to be dimming as all of the hustle and bustle of getting Christmas-ready ends. The gifts we searched for so diligently have been... Read more

    Posted on 26 December 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • This Christmas Eve

    This Christmas

    It rained this Christmas Eve, You know, There wasn't one stray flake of snow, Falling ever softly down, On the cold pale winter ground, But still, it is the ver... Read more

    Posted on 25 December 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Moonwatching

    Moonwatching

    I told the moon watcher, ...your moon is coming, Heads up to see it rise through the clouds. A moment later, I realized I was too late, For it was already... Read more

    Posted on 15 December 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • That Time of Day

    That Time

    There's that time of day when it's not daytime or evening, just right on the edge of both. Some call it twilight. In the winter solstice season, (any season,... Read more

    Posted on 10 December 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Thanksgiving Day

    Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holiday's. In fact, it might just be my very favorite holiday. It's the meal, the memories, being together and pushing back... Read more

    Posted on 24 November 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Poetry For the Eyes

    Poetry Eyes

    A rose by any other name ... Peonies. Well, I don't exactly love their name, but I do love them. Very rose-like, but beautiful on their own. Poetry for the eyes. Read more

    Posted on 23 November 2016 CULTURE
  • We Were the Book

    Were Book

    Beloved books, A great room. Content, joy. A spot more dear than life. We were the book. (A found poem, gathered at 1 Read more

    Posted on 20 November 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • December To February ~ Nature's Reverie

    December February Nature's Reverie

    With the changing of the seasons, I adore fall and all it's charms, and I can abide winter if I complain just a little about the cold and ethereal days, ...whic... Read more

    Posted on 19 November 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • Novemberful

    Novemberful

    thankful, hopeful, graceful, novemberful, cheerful, wonderful, turkeyful novemberful, peaceful, grateful, charitible, novemberful, beautiful, prayerful,... Read more

    Posted on 18 November 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE
  • To Be A Tree

    Tree

    when i come back, in my next life, it won't be as a medieval wife, it won't be as a rosebush or, a butterfly, cloud, or kitchen door, the plan for me, you may... Read more

    Posted on 13 November 2016 CREATIVITY, CULTURE