Monthly Archives: November 2014

New Poetry Collection from a friend

The teen years. Many of us started writing poems during that time of emotional upheaval, joy, and heartbreak. Some of us continued to write; some left it behind as they found solid ground for their stumbling feet. Jen shares with … Continue reading

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Written upon hearing that a dear friend’s close relative has left this life. And when into the ground I’m laid All solemnness and still There is no word that can be said To ease the creeping chill The tendrils of … Continue reading

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Dragon’s Breath

  They dress them up in dragon’s breath, The velvet crowns of thorns And dance upon the slender stalks, With grace our lives adorn. The shimmered head, the wide-flung wings That promise to give flight Belie the fearsome power there, … Continue reading

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