Monthly Archives: December 2012

A poem a day for December, Poem 31

The sunrise of fire orange and pink surrendered to a blue gray day. The colors were too warm for December the 31st.

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A poem a day for December, Poem 30

The moon was bright last night shining through the window reflecting off the mirror then landing as a white spot on the floor. I tip toed up to it on my way back to bed and tried nudging it with … Continue reading

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A poem a day for December, Poem 29

I love the long cotton nightgowns women wore years ago, or at least, so the movies say. They bounce, with small touches of ruffle and ribbon and drape soft and clean on every form like pure white sheets. And some, … Continue reading

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A poem a day for December, Poem 28

October 21, 1953 – July 28, 1982 In a few more pages he’ll be dead I dread it Not that it’s a surprise, he was dead before I met him I remember seeing him for the first time – two … Continue reading

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A poem a day for December, Poem 27

Here nor There There is a dangerous distance – a terrible view – that drains life and strains spirit A long view – if long enough has comfort and hope and meaning. A short view – if short enough encourages … Continue reading

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A poem a day for December, Poem 26

two cats sleeping on a chair on the blankets on each other

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A poem a day for December, Poem 25

Verbal Processor Sometimes, many times, when someone asks me a question I just start talking because I don’t really know what I know until I drain my thoughts out loud and sort out what I think. And it will either … Continue reading

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