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Note – Have you ever had your heart so full, you managed to complete the poem stewing in your head for 3 months at 2 AM in a single night? 368 more words


In His Parlor

There is a picture of you with a flower in your mouth,
a mourning poppy, not a rose.

There is a picture of you with your sister, 125 more words


Red Meat

You shouldn’t eat red meat!

What do you expect me to do,

wait until it’s blue-green?

Words Without Borders Poems in Translation Contest (Deadline Extended)

Words Without Borders recently announced the 2020 Poems in Translation Contest to spotlight some of the groundbreaking poets working around the world today and to celebrate the art of translating poetry. 244 more words


Scent Of A Summer Night

The fresh scent of a summer night.

Embracing the air every time the sun descends.

Fading, a soft pastel sky.

The cool, but gentle air. 22 more words


Pandemic Ponderings: Day Twenty Eight

Today, I have been reading through some old poetry notes and I wanted to share one of my favourite Shakespearean sonnets. I really love it… plus I have no time to blog properly at the moment. 158 more words