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Untold words

On a blank page untold words emerge from emptiness. Advertisements

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Fishing for self-expression

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Casting off strings of words, stabbing hooks through wiggling ideas, reeling from the weight of thought, overboard with our emotions.

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Scratch paper

My creative moderation is akin to a close encounter with a grizzly bear, wild, wide-eyed consciousness crumpling me into a ball of scratch paper waiting to be mauled.

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Poeulogy

Words outlast  silence, pen-stroke preserves past, present and future pathos, poetry a eulogy  to our ephemeral  memories.

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A muse by any other name

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Do we own our muse  or is it the other way around? What name does a muse prefer? Is it alright to refer to its given title, plain old muse, or will it feel…

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A poet’s soliloquy

Do you like to spout poetry aloud or just whisper its breath betwixt your brow? Do you prefer punctuating sentences  with pronounced pauses or calligraphed crestfallen commas? Will a crowded reading room ring true as other eyes within earshot  circle … Continue reading

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Which hat do you hang when you rack your brain?

As artists and creative spirits, we are constantly perfecting our craft.  Not a poem goes by post-posting on WordPress that I don’t revisit and tweak to humor my muse’s hindsight.  It may only be one word to complete an alliterative … Continue reading

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