Monthly Archives: November 2014

SOLSC 2014: Thanksgiving Food Memories

Each Tuesday, a slice of life is shared at Two Writing Teachers. Many Thanksgivings were spent traveling to our great aunt and uncle’s house in Adelanto, CA. I wrote a poem about our trips HERE. This year I’m traveling to … Continue reading

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PAD 3-8: Fall Rondelet and Others

Tricia at The Miss Rumphius Effect suggested writing a Rondelet for the Poetry Stretch. It took me all week but I accomplished it: When the rains come tree branches bend, oak leaves twirl down. When the rains come rubber boots … Continue reading

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PAD 2: Remembering

Yesterday was All Saint’s Day. Remembering those whose earthly journey ended during the past year In my thoughts, Shirley and Uncle John along with those who passed before you. Love to you and your families who experienced the loss.

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Poem a Day(PAD 1): More Zeno

It’s November. Are you participating in NaNOWriMo? Actually I am not however, in the past I have tried participating in “Poem A Day.” Looking at past Novembers, I haven’t been the most consistent in writing. It’s good to have a … Continue reading

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