Poet’s Corner

Poet’s Corner

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October 1, 2019

Perfection – the Last Act of Rebellion     She knew it was an act of rebellion, nevertheless, she finished setting the table and stepped back to take a look; the linens, china, silver, crystal and even the flowers were all perfect, exactly as she had envisioned it; though she knew that she was...
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August 19, 2019

  Justice A Eulogy Will there ever be justice That is all I prayed for I wanted justice It feels as if I am choking On my words But I am not speechless My problem is quite the opposite I have too many words But they all say the same thing How is this...
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August 1, 2019

Change     Change pounds on the door Welcomed or not She will not be ignored The only true constant In life Is change She will rush over you With overpowering force and determination Knocking you to the ground Leaving you broken and baffled Unless you decide to surrender To the unrelenting truth That...
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July 1, 2019

Besitos y Abrazos   I keep checking the door Looking through the peephole Joyful in anticipation It is not Christmas morning Or my birthday Nor is a long lost friend landing soon Yet I run around the house Making sure everything is exactly as it should be Fresh strawberries and grapes Chocolate chip cookies...
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April 5, 2019

  The End Will Lead To Once Upon a Time   you can see that you are almost done the pages yet to be turned are dwindling away and soon it will be finished but you are not ready for the feast to end regardless of how well you have eaten you want more...
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March 1, 2019

Record, Remember, and Relive   Write it down Yes The good and the not so good The moments you believe you will want to treasure And those you wish had not been as they were One day Maybe sooner than you might imagine It will matter that you are the one that recorded your...
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February 7, 2019

Family Values As a child I was never read fairy tales Or Little Golden Books The stories I heard Were mostly illustrated with flannelgraphs In Sunday school classrooms And to this day I believe every word to be true Yet Despite that belief I keep expecting something other than Cain and Able Why I...
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January 17, 2019

It Cannot All Be Relative Can It Is there any point In seeking perfect order In life or love Should we simply embrace the chaos Preached by those with the loudest voices And pretend to be at peace Do we go with the proclaimed flow Even if it appears stagnant In our sight I...
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November 17, 2018

I Do not want to Forget to be Thankful     do you forget to be thankful I know it happens unintentionally I am certain but somehow thankful gets overwhelmed by sorrow or desire or even need real or imagined is inconsequential when overlooking thankfulness   our focus changes instead of seeing our blessings...
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October 1, 2018

Standing Watch   The once bright canvas is fading fast. Soon only the brown curled up leaves will remain as they await a gusty wind or the weight of the first snow to plummet them to the ground where they will be crumbled into little pieces to be reclaimed by the earth. The starkly...
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