Daily Archive: April 23, 2022

For poetry month of April- What is poetry?

What is poetry? I was asked. What is poetry? I told her, poetry is everything. Poetry is the description of the first kiss, the first dance. Poetry suppose make us laugh out loud,… Continue reading

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Another time, another place…

Another time, another place….. The loneliness man at Fort Hood volunteered for missions in Central American. He wanted to escape everything and he wanted to taste the Hemingway’s tropical paradise. Once he sought… Continue reading

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Il calore dell’assenza (Ita – Fr – Eng – Esp)

Originally posted on marcellocomitini:
DigitalArt di Marcello Comitini A C. S. Sono dentro di tecome un figlio prima di nascere.Poggio la mia bocca sul tuo cuoree mi nutro della linfa della vitache sgorga…

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Summer of 42… And beautiful music.

Summer of 42… (April poetry number twenty.) I told the prettiest gal in Ann Arbor. You are my Summer blessing and my sweetest dreams. She asked me. Can we watch the Summer of… Continue reading

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Dear Cheryl prayed to the stars…

Dear Cheryl prayed to the stars for the crying night moon… Once a beautiful woman believed love was grand, the kisses would become sweeter and love would save her. She would find me… Continue reading

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Lost in the abyss of you…

Lost in the abyss of you…. Can sleeping men sleep find peace? My mind wandered to far away places to when I was brave. My youthful heart believed in love, I believe I… Continue reading

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The mystic dancer…

The mystic dancer… Was a perfect day, Lake St. Clair was dancing and the sun, sun-kissed my face. The grandchildren were enjoying the water and I sat reading my Jack London’s book “When… Continue reading

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For April poetry month- Love is love…

Love is love…. A noble beauty read her poetry at the Austin, Texas yearly poetry reading. Jessica was disappointed with her life and she read her words to us. “I weaved a page… Continue reading

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His dancing water lily

Wonderful poetry shared by a talented writer. Rum and Robots Poem © by Joni Caggiano – Beautiful Photo by Fabio Marciano from Pexels the deep arch in her backbending only for your eyeslong slender legs adorningdazzling… Continue reading

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