Category Archives: poetry

Submissions: What Would Joyce Kilmer Say?

Some of you poets out there have  encountered this email text: “It is difficult to make a judgement about a poet’s work based on one poem. Therefore, I am asking you if you could, to send, say, 6 – 8 … Continue reading

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Poetry Submissions: What Would Joyce Kilmer Say?

I’m sure many of you poets have all encountered this email text: “It is difficult to make a judgement about a poet’s work based on one poem. Therefore, I am asking you if you could, to send, say, 6 – … Continue reading

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TJ’s Weekly Haiku Challenge: WATER LILIES

TJ Paris has been offering his weekly haiku challenge and this week’s challenge is water lilies. Happy to report that I’m haiku coo cooing again!   One amidst many Colors escaped from my dreams Earth’s water lilies Save Save Save … Continue reading

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REPRINT of PRINTS: A Poem for Dogs (and Those Who Love Dogs)

The online journal River Poets Journal has been, in honor of National Poetry Month, soliciting “napkin poetry,” short poetry that can fit on a napkin! I’m so pleased that they published a poem of mine, “Prints.” (April, 2016). Each published … Continue reading

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Weekly Household Haiku Challenge: Art

TJ Paris has been offering his weekly household item haiku challenge and I’m a week or two late on this one, art, but presenting it nonetheless. The artwork below is my own two watercolors. White moon hovers low Lone seagull … Continue reading

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TJ’s Household Haiku Weekly Challenge: “At the Diner”

TJ has a Household Haiku Weekly Challenge. This week her two items for the haiku are MEAL and FRIENDSHIP. Her blog is, timely enough, located in Paris. May Paris be blessed with all things good. Here is my haiku: AT … Continue reading

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Autumn, Time and Elements: Photographic Poem, part 2

Add some sunshine…. Add some wind…. or a gentle even momentary breeze… Add some rain, and then stop the rain… The sun comes out and dries up all the rain… It’s the moments that count.  

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Isaac Rosenberg, poet, painter, artist

His self-portrait hangs in London’s National Portrait Gallery. David Daiches, wrote about him, in Commentary, “”Had (he) lived to develop further along the lines on which he had already moved, he might have changed the course of modern English poetry, … Continue reading

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