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If It Would Stop Raining

12.09.19 Posted in today's words by

Jonathan Douglas Dowdle’s most recent poem to appear here was “If I Could” (November 2019). If It Would Stop Raining By Jonathan Douglas Dowdle If it would stop raining in my heart I’d turn toward your beauty Like sunlight To eclipse these sorrows. Hour by hour has dwindled Those like us Trying to make the […]


Ha-Ha

12.08.19 Posted in today's words by

Jay Carson’s most recent poem to appear here was “Rings” (November 2019). Ha-Ha By Jay Carson I’m a funny guy, people tell me. Like it’s a good thing, an easy, free thing. Let’s talk about something else, but not about all those times my mother packed and threatened to leave. She couldn’t win those nightly […]


Outrun

12.07.19 Posted in today's words by

Jenny Julind’s most recent poem to appear here was “Joyful bird” (November 2019). Outrun By Jenny Julind You are a program Running But you can be More than that How about finding Out what you Really are Change the program Be free Stop running Now open your Eyes to see


Living a Life

12.06.19 Posted in today's words by

Michael Copeland’s most recent poem to appear here was “Thoughts” (October 2019).  Living a Life By Michael Copeland There are sand castles to be built and dreams to be lived, loves to experience, and emotions. Walks to be taken in warm summer sand and kisses to be stolen near oceans. There are hands to be […]


The Editor

12.05.19 Posted in today's words by

Karen Mooney’s most recent poem to appear here was “Last Rose of Summer” (October 2019). The Editor  By Karen Mooney That place on the tool bar of life where you cut and paste times together Create your own story, adjusting around the margins, delete even. Although it’s all retained in a memory somewhere You can […]


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