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There aren’t many things that are more revealing than art. Whether writing a story, painting a picture, or singing a song, we put ourselves directly...
I stand at the bottom of the mountain,
Looking up, my mind so uncertain.
It is so high, the way looks treacherous,
Steep, almost innavigable.
Jesus was in the stern, sleeping on a cushion.
The disciples woke him and said to him,
“Teacher, don’t you care if we drown?”
Poetry’s origins are in song and chant that made their impact by sound. It remains, for me, an art of the spoken word: that it’s seen in print on the...
Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) March 24, 2014
A life filled with roadblocks and challenges, divorce and death, bullying and life-threatening illness should knock...
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Award-winning author of “Partial Eclipse” and “Transit Authority” poet, Tony Sanders, has been inspired by...
Dancer of the Shoe Poem
By Michael Lee Johnson (V2)
Dancer of the shoe poem,
I trip over your shoe string
dress or gown
and keep walking with a...
Over seven in ten women have admitted to fantasizing about a man in uniform (according to Female First), and Delilah Devlin has the perfect collection...
I go home!
To the heart of the northernmost mountains.
It’s so hard!
It’s so hard to get to me now.
To the heart of the northernmost mountains
Poet, waterman, rock climber, and photographer, Larry Keuchlin lives close enough to the ocean that sea lions or a big swell wakes him up, along the world...
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