Category Archives: Poems

Poetry Friday: Morning Fog

This week I offer another poem about hope. It’s been on my mind a lot lately. One morning last week I woke to a sea of fog swirling through the trees, the grass, the trail path. Later it lifted, leaving … Continue reading

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Rusty and Rosie: A Little Love Story

I love challenges, especially writing contest challenges! They give me a focus and help me stretch as a writer. So today, I’m participating in Susanna Leonard Hill’s 5th Annual Valentiny Writing Contest. The challenge: write a Valentine story in which … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: The Trickster

Last weekend the temperatures soared into the high 60’s. Quite a treat for January in the Northeast! It was lovely to feel the warm air kiss our cheeks, but there’s something to be said for seasonal change. It’s what we … Continue reading

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It’s Poetry Friday

One of my writing goals of 2020 is to join in the fun of participating in Poetry Friday on a more regular basis. A few weeks ago I read Amy Ludwig Vanderwater’s poem “Wintertimes” at her blog on The Poem … Continue reading

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A Wonderful Weekend

  Last weekend we had a visit from my son and daughter-in-law and grandson, Alex. As everyone says, there is something very special about a grandchild. As deep as love is with a child, there is a different kind of … Continue reading

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