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Ten Years Old

“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit at a typewriter and bleed.” -Ernest Hemingway Ten years old There is a wound that never heals A brown, crusty, scabrous shroud overlies it Like fragile bark on a young … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo Day #4- Johnny, Come Home to Dinner!

  Johnny, Come Home to Dinner! Mother sings in a minor key, “Johnny, come home to dinner!” But it isn’t dark yet And he doesn’t want a bath “Johnny, come home to dinner!” But the guys are playing bat and … Continue reading

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NaNoPoWriMo Day One: Missing Sunrise

April 1st is the first day of National Poetry Writing Month. To celebrate, I am involved in NaPoWriMo: I shall be writing and publishing at least one poem a day for the entire month. So here goes: Missing Sunrise When … Continue reading

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