Monthly Archives: December 2018

Haiku: On the Wing

Originally posted on Writers Envy:
My first attempt at Haiku. Many thanks to Hannah for the inspiration 🙂 Flying on the wing Cross current changes direction Wife calls to dinner

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DECEMBER — Read To Please.

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Each line took a piece of my heart and caressed it. The last line put it together again, healed and happy. Please read and share this beautiful poem. For one more time I am lying…

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Ramen

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I love ramen. I could eat it every day. My wife is Japanese but that isn’t why I love ramen. Her mother was a wonderful cook, but she isn’t the reason I love ramen either.…

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when you leave — Emily Jane Burton

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A lovely poem that melted my heart. Please read and share. My room is a funeral of weekends a museum of you. I search for you but only find it’s still warm with love. There…

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Curled Up In You

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Curled up in ringlets Electric parts of you, Shoulder length distractions Thoughts are all askew, Hope for sleep abandoned Your pillow’s made for two, Nose to nose connection Our favored point of view. Random touches,…

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TwitBook

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Well, TwitBook came and electrified Put-down words and the antikind Pushed around the peaceful sign New hope for the feeble mind Polished speech from political swine Faceless screeching twittering tool Stubborn resistance like a mule…

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Pack Up, Get Out, Go Back To Him

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It was all a mistake, I see it clear What looked like love was really fear Of going out on my own, alone, I let you put me on a throne You stuck to me…

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My Catalan Love

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Susanna Avila, my Catalan beauty, woman of Spain. Coy smile held mystery, Unknowable history, Too briefly our souls entwined; This beauteous love, my destiny. Soulful gaze, emerald eyes piercing, Black hair dancing with night, Skin…

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Writer’s Block – Is it a Thing?

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
During one holiday season, I took two weeks off from my day job. It was a great period of time to stay home and become reacquainted with my family. I normally travel four days…

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Back Story – When to use it? How much to use?

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
This post expands on a concept that appeared as a tip in an earlier post from this week. That tip focused on removing writing that was unnecessary. When I completed my first book, I…

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