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NaPoWriMo: Day 17

I read the book, Step Gently Out by Helen Frost ,and photos by Rick Lieder to students.  The words and photos are equally stunning.  It inspired me to jot down this haiku: two praying mantids head to head in devotion … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo Day 11

I have been watching the leaves on my Japanese maple burst forth. japanese mapleleaf tendrils and flower budsmingle with spring rain

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NaPoWriMo: Day 4

Today was a writing and catch up day. Finished by meeting with my writing group. writing group meeting questions asked ponder revisions

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NaPoWriMo: Day 3

This describes my day today: an unplanned visit block of books poetry book aisle so many choices hard to choose williams wins As in Wiliam Carlos Williams. Powells City of Books, a great place to be on spring break.  For … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo: Day2

brown velvet hills lone oak silhouette against sky quiet morning walk

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Poem a Day: Day 22, Earth Day

Where were you on April 22, 1970?  I was in my senior year of high school.  Our English teacher, Mrs. Jenkins, inspired us to take charge and organize Earth Day activities the school. See this flag?  I made one for … Continue reading

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Poem a Day: Catching Up on Day 21

From Tuesday: sit at the dinner table dishes cleared,  I tease out a poem in my journal the lines jumbled like my mind the news of the day ricochets as do my words taunting me ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Wednesday: spring sandals linger … Continue reading

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