Category Archives: Observations

SOL17: Boxes

Thank you, Two Writing Teachers for providing space and community every week for sharing our writing. the boxes in the garage still for two years packed memories and treasures they can wait another day ©jone rush maculloch, 2017 Two years … Continue reading

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SOL17: Glad to Be Home

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing a space for sharing our slices of life each Tuesday. vacation time with family miles to go each town blends into the next childhood memories arise © jone rush macculloch, 2017 This year’s … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Summer

  Thanks to Heidi at Heidi at My Juicy Little Universe for hosting Poetry Friday. It’s here Summer vacation Mornings on the deck breathing, sipping tea, lingering Red-winged blackbird at the feeder Scent of star jasmine in the air Summer … Continue reading

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SOL17: Tanka Tuesday

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing space for our slices each week. the crescent moon sets to the mourning dove’s lament low, lingering notes twilight seeps into the room as I heat water for tea © 2017, jone rush macculloch

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Wordless Wednesday: Week 21

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SOL17: What I Know Today

Thanks to Two Writing Teachers for providing a community space for our writing each week. This Tuesday Tanka is based on the events of the past week, worldwide and closer to home. violence pounces on unsuspecting travelers commuting by train … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Writing is the Hug

Thanks to Margaret at Reflections on the Teche for hosting Poetry Friday this week. All month long, poets have submitted to the DMC at Today’s Little Ditty.  This month Melissa Manlove asked for “a poem that explores how writing is like something else.” … Continue reading

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