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Waterfalls

Written for: One Woman’s Quest II VJ’s Weekly challenge “What is it that exhilarates you? What is it that you chase?” Awed by waterfalls, I discovered spectacular ones while living in Oregon. That continual cascade of water soaking the rocks … Continue reading

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Hair In The Wind

Written for Go-Dog-Go Tuesday Writing Prompt (posted by Devereaux and Beth) “Use the words “lace” and “leather” any way you wish.” When my red lace blouse is wrapped around your black leather jacket, I get a hot rush as we … Continue reading

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Pleasure and Displeasure

Written for:  Poetic Asides 2019 November PAD Chapbook Challenge – Day 5 “Today’s Two-for-Tuesday prompt is to write a Pleasure and/or Displeasure Poem.” Pleasure I am ever pleased to put guests at their ease. Plate of crackers,  sharp cheese, assorted … Continue reading

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When Aging Rushes In

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #267 – “Begun Too Soon” “We have entered November. Thanksgiving looms, but it is over-shadowed by what has begun on the music radio/streaming sites. Christmas music has infiltrated the airwaves and there’s nothing we … Continue reading

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Pilgrims Had No Black Friday

Written for:  Poetic Bloomings2 – Prompt #220 – “RUSHING THE SEASONS” “As we near the holidays, a lot of people seem to be in a hurry – rushing here, rushing there, rushing the holidays, the hustle and bustle is a … Continue reading

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