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Linda J. Wolff is an interurban word spinner and introvert through much coffeeholic stained paper owned by Rookie the hyperactive Pomeranian dog at Urban Poetry. Join her quest to capture the true souls of all humanitarians across the Universe through digital art and poetry.
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  • Poetry – Survive and Thrive, Red Rose

    In this free verse poetry "Survive and Thrive Red Rose."

    In this free verse poetry “Survive and Thrive Red Rose.”
    We all have our fair share of hardship throughout our life, but as long as we have hope, we are like the red rose that survives a harsh winter only to come back in the Spring to bloom brilliantly red again.

  • A Watery Haiku


    In this little “A Watery Haiku”.

    One would hope that when you stand among the forest and hear the sound of rushing water, that a certain amount a peace might flow through to the soul. It would make one want to linger a little longer instead of rush to go home to reality. A digital art piece to accent.

  • Poetry – A Soul Yielding Pink Roses

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    In this free verse poetry “A Soul Yielding Pink Roses”.
    We can get lost in between all the struggles and pain of everyday life. That we lose the joy of just living. Scars can leave a deep impression shadowing over the light that lives within a beautiful soul. A digital art piece to also enhance the free verse poetry below! Happy Wednesday Gorgeous Peeps!

  • Poetry: These Noises. This Poetry.

    Image of These Noises. This Poetry.

    A free verse poetry “These Noises. This Poetry”.
    Do you catch yourself running words through your mind, somehow you must jot them down to be heard, to be read, or written for another. To say what the heart wants to say but only in noises wanting to spill into ink on white. I get like that. To quiet the storm of words muddling my day.
    Here’s my rendition of spilling these noises. This free verse poetry ink.

  • Poetry: Life Grew With Her

    image of child as life grew with her

    In this free verse poetry “Life Grew With Her”.

    A child runs and plays with classmates, joy, and laughter embed itself in the trees and foliage around them. Flowers are the light. Children are so magnetic, changing the atmosphere of life. A digital art piece to flirt with the free verse poetry below.

  • Poetry: Can We Learn?

    Image of can we learn rictameter verse and fern plant

    A new Rictameter verse…”Can We Learn?” Struggles are stories that embed our life, with a lesson. And in the lesson, it can bring blessings if we as a whole can learn from it. Or are we adrift some ocean lost… Read More ›

  • Poetry: Lazy Saturday Blue

    image of a lazy saturday blue

    …A free verse poetry “Lazy Saturday Blue”.

    I love Saturday mornings, quiet, no rushing to somewhere, coffee in hand and the sunshine stretching across skin and carpet. The warmth of hot liquid and yellow fingers. Couldn’t get any better than the type of start. Adding a digital art piece to mesmerize too.

  • Questions: What is True Poetry? I Need Help From My Readers

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    Is there a degree in writing your words to paper, I was never in the understanding that I needed a Bachelor Degree to write what I feel. I am confused.
    Please leave your comments to this controversy. I am really curious as to what everyone’s opinion is.

  • Poetry: Crazy Dream or Reality

    Image of a Woman with a Crazy Dream or Reality

    In this free verse poetry “Crazy Dream or Reality”,

    a woman dreams of going for a drive in a fancy sports car to a beautiful ocean shore with the love of her life. She wants it to be more. She wants it to be real. To create this memory forever, to be a reality. Hope you enjoy this free verse poetry and the digital art piece!

  • Poetry: Some Days…

    image of A Rictameter Verse Poetry "Somedays" might change your mind.

    A Rictameter Verse Poetry “Somedays” might change your mind.

    …You ever get some days, the morning just starts badly. Then one by one more events—compile to the frustration.

  • Poetry: A Farce of the Humorous

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    In this free verse poetry “A Farce of the Humorous”.

    I wanted to describe the role of a comedian, some think of her as a farce or buffoon if weren’t to know of her role or her for comedy and love for her work. Maybe you can read this explanation through this piece of poetry. Adding a digital art piece to delight the eyes too. Happy Thursdays Beautiful People!

  • Poetry: My Flaming SongBird

    image of the flaming songbird and poetry about it

    In this free verse poetry “My Flaming Songbird.”
    Spring is such a beautiful time of year, watching life actually just sprouting and moving right in front of your eyes. Colorful flowers and the songbirds singing their happy songs, bouncing from branch to branch. Searching for seeds, or bugs. For me, it’s exhilarating. I found myself with a little spring in my step and a smile too. This little bird is named a Western Tanager. Hope you enjoy!