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Abundance of Letters

By: Alexandra H. Rodrigues   Will I be able to abandon the abundance of letters Those collected for over years and years? Filled with thoughts of long forgotten matters Speaking about hopes, wishes and fears. They had gotten stashed in numerous files To bridge between my mother and me The
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Reflections on a Setting Sun

By: John McGowan A zigzag procession from a setting sun Frees my soul to become as one With Nature as my muse Entanglements of the day Are miraculously released For the moment, problems have ceased Taking the time to get away And witness this reflection on the bay Was well worthwhile in its unique array
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Feeling the Fury

By: John McGowan The wave broke hard on my meager attempt To avoid its clash and left me spent Pulling myself together for another swell This time I dodged it underneath I sped Feeling the fury above my head I had tied the score with nature’s onslaught But now I looked out and felt I’d […]
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Beyond All Fences

By: Joan Amato My musing takes me to Snowcapped mountains Overlooking stilled seas Aquamarine waters Break easy against the shore I fancy lakes mirrored by the sun revealing Ripples of water that gently caress rocks Jeweled beads of sunlight purl Move to the rhythm of calmed waters Stately oaks and towering spruces Surround lake’s edge […]
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Reaching the Middle Ground

By: John McGowan   Where has the middle ground gone? With all the fuss and furor On both sides of the aisle I haven’t heard from it in quite some while Used to be you’d sit together with a smile Putting the nastiness aside Presently, the rave and rancor won’t subside As long as this […]
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I Have Too Many Cats

By: Gail Apple Gardner   I have too many cats this is true took another one in when I knew That my husband would really be mad so I tried to force tears and look sad First he said no but then he said yes he knows me I easily stress I know it’s not […]