Poet’s Corner

Poet’s Corner

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April 1, 2016

Follow Truth     I keep remembering How you stepped back Then drew closer Whispering in my ear   You asked me what I wanted I respond Truth   You told me I could have anything My answer did not change Truth   You said my wish was your command I...
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March 1, 2016

Follow His Love Song     Driving down the busy street, entertained by my to do list, I flip the radio on, and for the first time, I hear his lyrics.   I turn the radio up a bit, And close the windows, blocking any outside distraction; he has my undivided...
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February 11, 2016

Follow A Lasting Love   I am always quite enthralled when I see those couples, sitting on the beach or walking hand in hand with weathered faces, grayed hair, and perhaps a beat skipped, in their walk, who nevertheless seem enthralled in each other’s company.   I stare intently, while trying...
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January 1, 2016

Follow May I wish you a Happy New Year? We may not be able any longer, to wish the total stranger a Merry Christmas; and well be confused about the appropriate greeting which accompanies Hanukkah, or know if Kwanza is still being celebrated, and if so by whom; but whether devout...
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December 1, 2015

Follow Hannah’s Hats It started with a small, soft, bonnet which cradled your newborn head telling the world you had arrived.   The purple and pink paper hats said it was your birthday and we gladly wished you well.   You announced your entirely unique self with silly vibrantly colored caps,...
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November 1, 2015

Follow It is Thanksgiving, And I am Just Talking to Myself     I saw the post, I understand, you were not included, yet again.   But here is a head’s up my suicidal friend, if they do not love you now, they will not later care that you are gone....
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October 16, 2015

Follow   Some Other Era Do you ever find yourself longing for a time you never knew?   Thinking fondly about some other era, wishing you had walked other streets and witnessed other vistas?   I do. There are moments, when some other story draws me away, from my own.  ...
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September 1, 2015

Follow Time   I remember when time stood still on long summer days and even cold winter nights.   But not anymore, time no longer lingers.   A day at the beach or a walk through the woods should be enough to silence the hurried hand of time, but they are...
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August 5, 2015

Follow Breezy and Blue     It can be Sunny and warm Damp and overcast Hot and muggy Snowy and cold Breezy and blue   You have written me about the weather; not once, but twice. I had not expected that. Had you?   Did you ever imagine that one day,...
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July 12, 2015

Follow Off to the City   The noise is constant and measured it grows louder, then muffled by turn. Next stop is called. The breaks slow her down, clump, clumpity, clump. The doors open squeaking screeching, shrieking, off and on they come and go in and out no one sees anyone....
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