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NationalPoetryMonth, Page 2

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driveweeds

don’t (tire) tread on me i have fought so hard to be growing here amid the gravel in the spaces rarely traveled …

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This Art has Legs

fiberglass bodies wild imaginations and hometown love this art has legs and runs all over town standing still About the photo: These …

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Scene at a Wedding

I hate these things! Well, “hate” is too strong a word. It’s just so… uncomfortable… I mean, all the pressure — the …

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flame

tongues licking but these tongues have a bite all their own spreading tasting? consuming until all that’s left are embers and ashes …

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bee and being

consider the common worker bee toiling in this cherry tree does she ever stop to gaze through the pollinated haze and there …

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Hanami (haiku)

blossoms fill the trees like clouds, they shade, yet smell sweet perfect for picnics About the photo: blossoms on a cherry tree …

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Vogue

the magic is all gone though some invoke the old words incantations trying to recreate the feeling that was lost About the …

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Pan

come out of the forest come off the thoroughfare the fields spread out before us there’s music in the air dance across …

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smoosh taters (haiku)

You like smoosh taters? try to get a little more inside your mouth, huh? About the photo: One of my nephews, age …

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walk

we’ve just begun this road we’re on it stretches out further than we can see what wonders might wait amid its twists …

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snow dog (haiku)

we love you woo woo strong and playful, but gentle with a sweet dog face About the photo: This is an Alaskan …

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samaras

some day we will let go and fly or float or fall but with such acrobatic dynamic as to thrill the senses …