Tag Archives: Muse

POEM: Getting It Together

I see tragedy in the world Not as the enemy To be retreated from Nor as an accident Captivating my perverse stares Rather a musing These puzzling pieces Of my heart Shuttered into a million pieces In chanting invitations Entranced … Continue reading

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POEM: A Mother’s Nature

This poem did not exist a few hours ago.  I was interrupted by a thought (captured in the first few lines) and I took the time to jot them down.  Seconds turned to hours as the muse is a taskmaster … Continue reading

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POEM: Flowers Cut

I set before you these flowers For your reflection and edification These flowers were cut from my yard A yard not unlike the two yards that will cover us all some day Some may say that cutting short the lives … Continue reading

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