Daily Archives: February 2, 2015

Sound of Teenage Love

Written for:  Phoenix Rising Certainly, it always comes back to poetry! That is after all, why we’re here! So, that brings us to our cause for the month: The Sound of Love. What is the timber of  a kiss? What is … Continue reading

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Good Times

Written for:  The Mag #256 See? Here I am holding a glass, and a cigarette, smiling at good friends. How dated we all look– and that gold shag rug. A freer time, a younger time. How we loved to party! http://magpietales.blogspot.com/

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Servant’s Day (Yabu-iri)

Written for:  Carpe Diem #659, Servant’s Day Yabu-iri, literally “thicket-entering,” is an obscure season marker in haiku for spring (or late New Year). On about the sixteenth of the first month, servants and apprentices were allowed to go home for a … Continue reading

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