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I’m up. Spark of a smoke. Red wine. To your whispering voices I’ll add mine. Let our stars’ stories be rewound in common circles witness tightly bound. Advertisements

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For I Will Consider Maggie

For I will consider Maggie. For this week’s poetry prompt given me by Poets&Writers urges me to do so. For Maggie is responsible for my addiction to poetry prompts. For she recognized prompts to be no more artificial than any … Continue reading

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         I came out this way, this in need of warning, for want of misgiving bent over its learning left off the page. Hear that sound? That godawful rattle like winter still grinning in the empty bottle followed down.

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