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Fragile Cloth

I don’t know if this quite fits the theme Charles is looking for over at dVerse Pots Pub for the “What’s the Buzz” feature, but it seems so. In any case, I hope you enjoy it; it’s one of my older ones. Read the rest of this entry »

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Fragile Cloth

This is another of my older poems, but seeing as I just returned from a wonderful vacation, and haven’t had time to write anything new, this will have to do ya! I think it fits the theme of Gooseberry Garden’s Poetry Picnic #5. We’re supposed to look at an object and then write about what we see, or what it makes us think or feel. This poem was inspired when we stopped to look at an old abandoned house–the same house, in fact, that my poem, Where No One Lives was written about. I hope you enjoy it. Read the rest of this entry »

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Fragile Cloth

One last post on this Thursday night. This one is a bit on the dark side, but one each of has dealt with I’m afraid, as we traverse the landscape of our existance upon this sometimes confusing planet. I bid you goodnight, dear travelers…. Read the rest of this entry »

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