Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Lover’s Dictionary by David Levithan

Tweet Two people meet abberant, adj. ‘I don’t normally do this kind of thing,’ you said. ‘Neither do I,’ I assured you. Fall in love elliptical,adj. The kiss I like the most is one of the slow ones. It’s as … Continue reading

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Undine by Penni Russon

Tweet ‘Undine’ by Penni Russon is the first book in a trilogy about a mythically and aptly named adolescent girl struggling to find out the truth about her father and ultimately about herself and the increasingly volatile power she possesses. … Continue reading

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More poems

Tweet Harsh words spoken Shatter like broken glass Splintering my heart and tearing us apart Rain washes away the tears Resentment and anger Clog up the years Failure One of life’s biggest Fears Criticisms Recriminations Eating away at my Soul

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How does it feel?

Tweet How does it feel to be home all alone? With no one to call out to “Honey, I’m home!” That makes me sad How do you feel all alone in that big house with not even a fish to … Continue reading

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Afterglow-Inspired by tonight’s sunset

Tweet As the sun slips down the yellow yolk of the day breaks over the horizon oozing a golden glow that suffuses the leaves on the trees with amber dust and sets my soul on fire

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The Three Loves of Persimmon by Cassandra Golds

Tweet I’ve been thoroughly entranced and enchanted by this latest gorgeous offering from the lovely Cassandra Golds who manages to deftly delve into the collective unconscious of each and every one of us to present archetypal characters and universal themes … Continue reading

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On Passion

Tweet On Passion enveloped in blue satin waves caught in the rip of desire deep in the heart of the fire sliding slipping sinking into you until there is no you there is no me only we Melpomene So I’m … Continue reading

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The Golden Bird- New & Selected poems by Robert Adamson

Tweet The other night I stayed up till 3am to finish reading Robert Adamson’s new and selected poems in “The Golden Bird” and I was enthralled! His poetry is absolutely beguiling! I was first introduced to his poetry by the … Continue reading

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The Festival of Epiphany

Tweet So today is the day of the celebration of the festival of the epiphany! Greek orthodox Christians recognize and celebrate this day as the manifestation and appearance of Jesus, the Magi, the baptism of Christ and the blessing of … Continue reading

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Poetry Challenge

Tweet Well, it’s a happy new year and I’ve decided to rise to the poem-a-day challenge for the month of January and then write one poem-a-week/month thereafter. This year I want to focus on developing my poetry as well as … Continue reading

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