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Grow – a poem

poetry

Grow – a poem By Fran Watson   Growing hurts sometimes; saying goodbye to friends, to things you’ve known and done to things, you wanted to do. Growing heals sometimes the shattered dreams and hopes of life, you once knew leading you to a new knowledge of yourself. Growing is fun sometimes meeting new friends […]

Love Notes on the Wind – a poem

poetry

Love Notes on the Wind By Diana Hunter McGuerty I send you fragrant blossoms… the smell of growing grain. I send you music flowing free to float like falling rain. A singing brook that tumbles with adventures great to tell Conveys to you the merry notes of nature’s crystal bells. Horses grazing peacefully glance up to […]

Autumn Leaves – a poem

Autumn Leaves By Vermon R.C. Boxall   Have you seen the autumn leaves? Spicy, coloured, shades of an era warm and violent, they stay yet, eternally silent… Silent as they spiral and tumble from the tree’s spigot, into the bosom of the earth’s dusty dry barrel… The sole witness, this writer at his carrel Applauded […]

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