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Plastic Eggs

What secrets do you hold inside? Candy? A toy? Another egg? A clue perhaps, to something grander? Easter is a holiday for …

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The Fount

Welcome weary travelers come, drink and rest the road rises before you steep and winding may your burdens be lightened if only …

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Let Us Dabble, Dear

into the crick we duck and babble with the brook ‘neath dappled light and sun to sate appetites for fun we splash …

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Big Rock

The splash you must have made when you fell into this creek (how many years ago?) is nothing compared to the splash …

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Goosed

Does that chinstrap hold your helmet on winging your way through the traffic in the skies? Honking “Here we come!” Honking “Make …

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True Story

My life is a [mostly] true story told in excrutiating detail doled out in daily dollops as a long-running serial I am …

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Daffodils

Winter drew one last frigid breath And blew icy goodbye kisses Before the first robin had sung While the trees remained barren …

All That Glitters

you trotted through my world leaving broken promises crushed dreams and my shattered heart in your wake then grinned at all the …

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One brief, bitter kiss passed lightly ‘cross our lips. A broken heart is the most exquisite pain.

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crime of the heart yellow tape stretched tight DO NOT CROSS DO NOT CROSS

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The full moon makes me lonely Then my aches wane away Till a new moon makes a promise Of darker nights but …

RRR: Driven

I put this little project together last year for National Poetry Month. The inspiration for it was many years ago, but, as …