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I read poetry written as soft as the wings of a moth words that sway like poppies in a sunny field I read about loving touches and lips that taste like morning glories about waves kissing the shore and I … Continue reading

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Poetry…a poem

poetry is a heartbeat in words

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poetry can sometimes be like taking off all of your clothes and laying down naked with your eyes open and letting everyone look at you flaws and all  

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sometimes poems come rushing out words in a hurry looking for freedom and a blank page assembling and reassembling themselves until they are satisfied that they can be understood telling their story getting their point across bringing laughter passion and … Continue reading

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Notre Dame in flames…a poem

in the flames the church did burn it’s timbers ripe with age a monument to the wealth of man to grandure rich and proud it’s buttresses were well admired tourists stood in line for hours just to see inside but … Continue reading

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are there special words to be used in a poem words that are cloudy obtuse and pedantic are poems often written upside down wrong ways around or even backward is a poem considered good when it can’t be understood are … Continue reading

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Holly mentioned FERLINGHETTI, so Melanie looked him up and so did I…WOW

LAWRENCE FERLINGHETTI…poet.   I just read I AM WAITING and it was wonderful.  I’m going back for more.  Thank you Holly.  So much.

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