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We’re well into the days of blurred outlines, misty mornings, with snowdrops up, crocuses peeping through. And, even from hilltops, the world is beautifully half-seen. This poem is a Terza rima, which has a very specific rhyme scheme and is … Continue reading

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Tree Haiku

Trees bare and stark against the horizon; rain streaks the windows; fog blurs the view, or snow creates a fairyland. Whatever the weather, the view changes everyday and the world is always new and different … A old photograph black … Continue reading

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The First Poem

Where do words come from? And where do they go? There are so many possibilities and on a rainy day it’s worth following up on a few … A A A THE FIRST POEM                                               flew over paper raised its head … Continue reading

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