Free Verse: Tame the Fire

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In this free verse poetry, “Tame the Fire.”

In this free verse poetry, I was a six-year-old girl. My family lived on a farm in the countryside of Hayden, Id. It was a perfect Saturday, the weather was cooler, we were heading into fall.

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Free Verse: Hibernation.

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In this free verse poetry, “Hibernation.”

This poem is from an observance of watching children from day to day and how the seasons play a role in their behavior. I believe the seasons have voices and stir the changes in one’s soul.

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Urban Ekphrastic poem: Obsession with Roses

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In this Ekphrastic poem, “Obsession with Roses.”

Growing a rose garden is as challenging and rewarding as raising children. The pruning, nurturing, watering, the guidance, and more. An ekphrastic poem and digital art piece as I describe the appreciation of mothers.

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Urban Free Verse: Little Giggles of Yesterday

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In this urban free verse poetry, “Little Giggles of Yesterday.”

I’m changing it up today with a meditative, thriller poetry, I’m trying to be a little versatile. A woman is out for a nature walk, when she comes upon an old oak tree in the middle of an open field, she takes rest there…when she is overcome with a heartbreaking emotion,

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Quotes: Dazzling Contradictions

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Every now and then I love to write quotes, I call this “Chaos.”

This quote is about a little girl who is untamed by society. Little girls are beautiful in all their thunderstorms and sweetness. I try to teach my Bianca to shout, to scream, to hold her head high, be proud of who she is as a person,

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Free Verse: Bullying, Words Bled From Heart

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In this free verse poetry, “Words Bled From Heart.”

I despise bullying. You will find me writing about bullying quite often. As a single parent of my 9 1/2-year-old Bianca, she sees this quite often. She cries, trying to understand how others can be so cruel.

There was an incidence that really brought me to the reality of bullies. They’re bullied too, by a parent, or peers, or family members, older siblings too.

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Free Verse: Bullying, When You See Her

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A free verse poetry, “Bullying, When You See Her.”

As a child, I remember the days when I’d go to school and cringe at the thought of waiting for the school bullies to come and ruin my day. Leaving me feeling small, defeated, and beaten by physical and verbal abuse.

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Free Verse: Another Summer Day Begins

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A free verse poetry, “Another Summer Day Begins.”

I live near a park, so close I could almost touch it. I watch as my lovely 9 years old daughter runs out to play with playmates. I try to show her how fortunate she is to have such amenities at her fingertips. I think it’s good to teach humble pie and appreciation for the simplest of things

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Daily Haiku: Crystal Spheres

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In this daily haiku, “Crystal Spheres.”

Light as air, color teases open windows, floating, end over end, pictures are seen through circular closures. A daily haiku and digital art piece to offer enjoyment for the eyes, and soul.

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Poetry: Life Grew With Her

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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.

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My Favorite Peeps

After the loss of my husband a year and half ago, my beautiful little girl Bianca, and little pomerainian Rookie Blue, bring so much inspiration to my life. Words cannot describe what joy they bring to my world. In a world that can be gray, sunshine comes in the form of barks and laughter. Spread […]

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