Tag Archives: Poets

Meet poet and writer, Sally Cronin, and a review of her latest book at Writing to be Read

Reblogged from Writing to be Read: Today is the start of a new poetry appreciation series here on Writing to be Read where I will be introducing you to a number of wonderful poets in our blogging community, discussing well … Continue reading

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How Could I Know? ~ Carolyn Dennis-Willingham #writephoto

Reblogged from Author Flawed to Perfection: If you stay on one side and I the other how will I know the color of your eyes what tune your voice plays when your words lilt into the air? How will I know … Continue reading

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Guest author: Kevin Morris – Kipling may regret…

* In the restaurant its just the waiter and I, While outside the window Vehicles speed by. “There are a lot of beautiful women outside today”, He remarks by way Of conversation. * I drink My wine and think About … Continue reading

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Guest poet: Kevin Morris – Must

I do not care For this must And dust That thickens The air. The scent sickens Me, Yet I must Agree (as is so often told), That we end our days in dust And mould. About The Author I was … Continue reading

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A fine vintage – Tallis Steelyard

Normally it’s Shena that gets me caught up in other peoples’ problems.  Or, to be more precise, it’s her friends who bring me trouble. In this case however, I lay the entire blame at Mutt’s door. Thinking about it, Mutt’s … Continue reading

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