My Poem “Moments” is now available in The Spirit It Travels

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My poem “Moments” is now available as part of the anthology, The Spirit It Travels: An Anthology of Transcendent Poetry, edited by Ms. Nina Alvarez, published by Cosmographia Books. Please see the announcement of its arrival and its summary below: … Continue reading

Buck It (Apperception): The Sunday Whirl – Wordle

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Life just is. Though there is something in us which causes us to create sense out of our lives in relation to the world around us. Levity forces me to title the poem (as well as the need to fit … Continue reading

The Sting Club: The Sunday Whirl – Wordle

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Thou shalt not steal. Avarice, covetousness, deception and disloyalty won’t get you where you want to go… especially if you’re a government official – or CEO. Each week The Sunday Whirl invites writers to write a poem or short prose … Continue reading

Perspective: Cee’s Black and White Photography

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Our Father who art in heaven… Check out this week’s photo blog from Cee’s Photography for black and white photography. Below is my entry for the week.   Perspective   I shot this yesterday. The skies were unbelievably beautiful. An … Continue reading

The Player: The Sunday Whirl “Wordle”

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The Sunday Whirl invites writers to write a poem or short prose using some or all of the “wordle’s” 12 word. This week it is:                         The Player   … Continue reading

  Another slice of pie, said I           (A Serving Song)               The Sunday Whirl on Wednesday

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I couldn’t resist a second helping of this week’s Sunday Whirl. So this is my version: the Wednesday Whirl. Please indulge me in a moment of silent regurgitation

The View from the Bridge: VisDare and Sarah Ann Hall

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Okay, so I got all fla-blund-ged (confused) again (which is not that unusual for me). I saw Sara Ann Hall’s blog about a bridge which was in response to what I thought was this week’s VisDare, which it was and … Continue reading