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Quickie Review: A Chill in the Air

This poetry by Howard Kogan touches my heart through stories. I can’t get the image of his mother’s salami sandwich tossed into the gutter out of my head — of all things. Although it is out of my realm of … Continue reading

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Idealism is an Attractive Flower: Book Review

Two of my favorite things, photography and poetry combine in this unique and beautiful book of innovative photopoems by a woman with a unique and beautiful name – Oneida Morningstar Cramer. Her first published work, Idealism is an attractive flower, … Continue reading

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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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Chocolate is Legal

In the spirit of the old Burma-Shave ads. Prompt thanks to NaPoWriMo 2014.   Instead of prison For a mere joint Taste a flavor That won’t disappoint Chocolate is legal.       © J. Rae

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Socializing Blues

Leaving a social gathering is followed by the blues. I’m heavy and unequal. A triangular conversation leaves me feeling ridiculous. The woody area where my grounding tree comforts attracts the snout of a dog that reminds me of an otter. … Continue reading

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Introduction to my poetry

I’ve been spiffing up my silly little blog lately– before I promote it to a wider audience. Today I realized a lot of my local friends have access to it. Most of them know I like poetry, not about my … 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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