Category Archives: Female Poets

A Post Poe Pondering

A Post Poe Pondering…   What, oh What, shall this Year bring? A nominal nothing or a Mighty Thing?   So what is real and what is crap? Lying wasted, I’ve had my nap. Need to wander, ponder, saunter Get … Continue reading

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Poems for Because

Poems for sorrow Poems for joy Poems that somehow must employ Words that matter Rhymes that zip Cadences that roll off lips. Poems for laughter Poems for mirth Poems that make you question worth Of putting words In certain form … Continue reading

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Of Birds and Bobcats and Offspring All

Of Birds and Bobcats and Offspring All Inspired by Anne Bradstreet’s poem In Reference to Her Children, 1659 I had four bobcats in my lair, Two were toms and two were fair. Off they’ve ventured far and near, Seems unreal … Continue reading

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