Category Archives: Poetry

LIFE IN AUTUMN

A cinquain. Nature loves to turn ends into beginnings… Continue reading

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FIREFLY LOVE

My second cinquain on fireflies. I can’t help it. Continue reading

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OUT OF BOUNDS

An unrhymed poem. We all have a territory… Continue reading

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THE HORSE TRAINER

A poem, written in honor of a wonderful trainer I knew back in the day. Hey, Carl. I still think of you now and then. Continue reading

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LEADERSHIP

A cinquain. As one of my writing friends said…if only the politicians could learn this lesson! Continue reading

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FIREFLIES

A cinquain. No one is immune… Continue reading

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THE TEACHER

Poem. Seven lines only, unrhymed. We’ve all had on of these… Continue reading

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CAR WASHING

A cinquain. Humorous. Continue reading

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WINDBLOWN

A cinquain. Autumn and birds. Continue reading

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GOLDENROD

A rhymed poem. A little autumn humor Continue reading

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