Monthly Archives: August 2012

Dreamcatchers

Dreams are caught on the edges of stars drifting through skies, glowing brighter, growing lighter until they sift through a filagree feather, causing an imperceptible breeze, felt only by the dreamer. Written for Poets United/Think Tank Thursday/Dreamcatcher

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Soul

Old soul in young child Eyes reflect childhood curtailed Wise years, buried fears   Written for Haiku Heights

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Far, Far Landings for Dreamers

Explorers of Eroticus arrive back on earth, elated.  Atmosphere of this new purple planet releases pheromones of pleasure, a treasure to seekers of high level lust.  Explorers of Poeticus arrive back on earth to report a planet divided by sectors, … Continue reading

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Indian Summer

Illusion of light after summer is gone. Watched for waning of colors breaks from tradition. Dazzling blue waters, distant purple mountains give pause to giving up a song-filled season where reason or rhyme is not present, and time of romance, … Continue reading

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Sunday Wordle #69: spin, dwindle, narrow, warp, lace, curvaceous, alcoves, ricochet, invisible, flooded, past, maps

Do You Still Remember? He asked her if she recalled playing spin-the-bottle in a narrow room of an old house, threadbare lace curtains barely meeting ledge of warped windowsills, allowing sun spots to ricochet off walls like cold pinpoints of … Continue reading

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Dream of the Blue Kite

Dream of the Blue Kite  Maybe the dream danced in my head, after inhaling blue ocean breezes, looking up at an endless blanket of sky, and watching a boy unwind dark blue string of a kite, midnight streamers separated in … Continue reading

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Poem from photo

Wedding Gates  © Teresa ~ Razzamadazzle The Watcher Oh those rich and famous fools, she thinks, standing outside the jazzy wrought iron barricade, which they call gates.  Older man, young woman, watch out.  Is she marrying you to gain a fortune, as … Continue reading

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How a book can make you feel

The Dog Who Knew Too Much                             Spenser Quinn  Distractions Chet’s a dog; he narrates wild adventures of himself and his partner, Bernie Little of the Little … Continue reading

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Stars

Observed in opaque Skies seal them in weathered wool Unwrapped, map the night   written for haiku-heights.blogspot.com/156/stars

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Summer Treats

Middle Summer  (a florette) On every corner a band played, local artists had works displayed, jewelry, ceramics, homemade food. Folks were jazzed, in a joyous mood, watching parade. I petted a pig, felt like wire, ate a corn dog, much … Continue reading

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