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“a weathered bench”

Written for:  The Twiglets #143 – “a weathered bench” weary old woman rests on a gray weathered bench color of thick fog Ancient maple tree hung over a weathered bench in the park. When tree was cut down, bench splintered … Continue reading

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End or Beginning?

Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads – A Skyflower Friday: Goodbye (posted by Kerry) As another year comes to its natural conclusion, it may be time for some goodbyes – some important part of yourself may have to be left … Continue reading

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Unchangeable Changes

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – “Change”  (posted by Paul) Your eyes open to a white world tinged with rose. In time you find a green meadow. A blue sky dances by, darkens purple. Sunsets in flame. Then, your eyes … Continue reading

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Two Points Of View

Written for: Poetic Asides November 20016 Chapbook Challenge – Day 8 Two-for-Tuesday Write a nothing will be the same poem or, write a nothing will ever change poem. That’s so old, they whine, kids that have no time to wait. … Continue reading

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