Sunday Solace: Week 39

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Poetry Friday: Bristlecone Trail

Thank you to Erin at The Water’s Edge for hosting Poetry Friday this week. This is a photo from my husband and my trip to Bryce National Park. We walked the Bristlecone Trail just after sunrise. We had the trail to ourselves.


long shadows
of early morning
thunderous
distant clouds
ancient trees whispered stories
at the canyon’s edge

©jone rush macculloch

Be sure to join me next week when I host Poetry Friday!

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Poetry Friday: Separation

Thanks to Amy at The Poem Farm for hosting Poetry Friday.

Michelle H. Barnes has interview my poetry mentor, Naomi Shihab Nye this month. Squee! Her poetry challenge is to write a poem about an unanswerable question. I began with something else and this appeared to me instead.

 

Separation

the children
exist in cages
no parents
singing songs
or comforting their fears
unanswered questions

©jone rush macculloch

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Wordless Wednesday: Week 37

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SOL18: Remembering 9/11

I am thankful to Two Writing Teachers for creating a community for writing. And they have joined Instagram. You can follow them @twowritingteachersblog or use the hashtag #TWTBlog.

seventeen years

disbelieving the television

just like yesterday

~jone rush macculloch

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Sunday Solace: Week 37

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Poetry Friday: Traveling

Thanks to Carol V. at Beyond LiteracyLink for hosting Poetry Friday this week.

I’ve been traveling the southwest for close to 2 weeks. We’ve seen friends and played in Moab and Bryce.

I brought along my glass orb to play with along the way. Turns out l, people are curious and had fun with it too.

raven song

I stand at the rim

canyon dawn

~jone rush macculloch

BTW, it’s time to apply to be a CYBILS judge. Deadline is Sunday, September 9.

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