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Out my window each night at the stars I would stare
‘Til the dawn lit the sky with its pastel fanfare
With the moon I would talk, her light in my hair
Her cratered eyes asked, Really why do you care

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Seared by bombs and shootings
Left fewer and bereft, keening in the rubble

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Here’s the first poem I fell in love with and the one I want to share with you here on National Poem in Your Pocket Day. Enjoy! To Make a Prairie by Emily Dickinson (1755) To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee, One clover, and a bee. And revery. The revery […]

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In the beginning, the white-frocked horseman of her apocalypse
Eyes averted, blurts she has pancreatic cancer in store
She rocks, absorbs our reeling shock then, pensive, quips
A curious “Well, I’ve never done cancer before.”

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Wind wails, fraught with ice
White on gray the roiling bay
Gulls remain, silent

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