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A Poem for National Poetry Month

Hi! I’ve noticed folks are going crazy posting poetry. Maybe that’s because I tend to follow the blogs of poets, but I think that April being National Poetry month has a little more to do with it. So one hour left to the month and I will share one of my poems with you. Continue reading

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Bomb Trains! – the Song & Poem

Here’s a song I wrote about the dangers of Bomb Trains (trains carrying crude-oil all over North America), that I truly believe was given to me by God. The melody came to me in my sleep, and I got up … Continue reading

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Infinity

Started poetry left unfinished. Sometimes about despair that never ends. Sometimes about gratitude that never ends.   NeverEnding possibilities NeverEnding opportunities Limitless abundance Limitless Love   There is so much poetry left unfinished. Poetry— like existence has no limits. © … Continue reading

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A Charm Against Lost Poetry

A response to a prompt to write a charm–from NaPoWriMo 2014.   Moleskin from the nightstand, Flowy pen set beforehand, Blood shot eyes from tired head, And a brilliant string of words not yet fled— Always excite thee poet’s mind, … Continue reading

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My Pillow

My response to write a love poem to an inanimate object. I must have been tired because I wrote a haiku.     I can’t wait until we are together in soft sumptuous slumber. © J. Rae

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New Day

I tried my hand at the lune, just one stanza. It was written after one of my insomniac nights.   Sky is dark. The birds are softly chirping. New day soon. © J. Rae

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Solidarity & Songstress

After a day of activism in 2011, I was so moved that I had to write something. These two haiku are all I could get out, perhaps because the emotions I felt were beyond words. I marched with Project SALAM, … Continue reading

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