Category Archives: Libraries

SOLSC17: 13/31, It’s Your Lucky Day

Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for holding space for us to sharing our writing every Tuesday.

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Poetry Friday: Two Person Rengay

Thank you Penny for hosting today at her blog. Last Saturday, I took a class on haiku as part of my birthday present to me.  It was offered by Margaret Chula (Maggie), a Portland poet.  The Milwaukie Ledding Library is home … Continue reading

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SOLSC: Playing with Form and Words

Last week, I finally finished a poem for a belated summer poetry swap. I sent it off and will share was a modified Fibonacci form and words. There’s been another poem rolling around this week: Books Books Stories Libraries … Continue reading

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SOLSC: Dear Gladstone City Council

As a child, I was a frequent flyer at the public libraries. I participated in the summer reading programs and read my way through the Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys mysteries, Bobbsey Twins, and then onto Agatha Christie books. … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo: Two Poems for Day 14

Today is my niece’s sixteenth birthday: journey of sixteen endless path invites you-go! celebrate this day +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ And for the library, words taken from a recent article I wrote: thirty-five years teaching in the library budget woes not in my … Continue reading

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Tidbit Tuesday: Get Out the Vote

“Freedom can exist only in the society of knowledge. Without learning, men are incapable of knowing their rights.”  –Benjamin Rush   I have never been one to be openly political. Politics were not a particular part of our fiber in … Continue reading

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