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A Poem in honor of Dr. Maya Angelou

                      A Poem in honor or Dr. Maya Angelou “And in response to all the violence against women” And God said, Here is a companion for you. Made from your … Continue reading

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Poetry contest…My poem and Lexa Rose

I only have one more poem entered in the contest. I’m going to wait a day or two before I post it because the poem was written by Ruth again. Instead, today I’m posting one of my poems from my … Continue reading

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Poetry Contest Winner Ruth Marburger

You will see Ruth’s work on the side bar. She’s my daughter and she writes the most delightful, and thought provoking poetry. And she writes it continually. Ruth is the wife of a hard working man and the mother of … Continue reading

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First May Poetry Winner! It’s not too late to enter!

First May Poetry winner today is Victoria Adams. VICTORIA ADAMS is an accountant and financial analyst by profession, but numbers can get numbing. Not in a mood to allow her mind to glaze over, she has always found ways to … Continue reading

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May Flowers Poetry Competition

Fellow Bards, Songsters and Poets. In May I would like to feature a poem a day on my blog, written by YOU! Why? because I love poetry and I love illustrating poetry. I will feature one poem on my blog … Continue reading

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A to Z V is for Springtime!

Vána I am borrowing from Tolkien simply because it is April 23rd and the weather has not quite chosen direction. The wind blows glorious clouds through a turbulent sky, and yet the sun peaks above it in an anxious beckoning. … Continue reading

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A to Z R is for Robin Goodfellow

Shakespeare may have ruined Robin Goodfellow’s name in A Midsummer’s Night Dream. Reading the folklore, I would much rather think that he was, instead of the impish sprite Puck, the handsome young half-fae with a name Robin. Perhaps I can … Continue reading

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