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Three by Charlene James-Duguid


08.06.17 Posted in today's words by

Charlene James-Duguid’s most recent poem to appear here were published on July 4, 2017

Tell me again, Sir,
By Charlene James-Duguid

Tell me again, Sir,
Send your kindness to my world.
I’m lost? No way home.
Be patient, don’t rush
Wait, like a sleepy rabbit,
To be discovered.

Love at any age
By Charlene James-Duguid

Love at any age.
Carefree walking, with one foot
Riding the rainbow.

Left or loved, alone
By Charlene James-Duguid

Left or loved, alone.
Under a tree, unmoving
Waits for life, the fawn.



2 Responses to “Three by Charlene James-Duguid”

  1. RAYMOND MAGUIRE says:

    Char,

    Fine demonstration of ideas and expression melding superbly.

  2. RAYMOND MAGUIRE says:

    Char,

    Another example of ideas and expression melding superbly.

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