Category Archives: Poetry

Full Potential

Who hasn’t asked themselves deep questions? Why am I here? What am I supposed to do with my life? I found an answer in a most unusual object. One of my friends is really into orchids, and I have been … Continue reading

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My ____th Birthday…

I just had a birthday. And felt a little older. Okay, maybe a LOT older. For some reason, some numbers bother me more than others! Isn’t it odd how birthdays switch from being these wonderful celebrations of the passing of … Continue reading

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Coupons (I’m sure many of you can relate!)

I have friends who “save” HUNDREDS of dollars a month clipping coupons. But despite my best efforts, I’ve never been able to get the hang of using them. For those like ME, and not my coupon-clipping pals: this poem’s for … Continue reading

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Home

Home. We have a lot of homes in our lives: actual physical structures, places or people  when we feel safe and happy, and even a heavenly home, which we (hopefully) all long to see… Here’s my poem “Home” based on … Continue reading

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Writing spot

I slipped away to work on another edit of my novel, as I sometimes do on Saturday mornings. When I first started my novel, I had a special writing “spot” I went to regularly (a cozy Panera Bread in Richmond, … Continue reading

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Funny, Shallow, Non-Christmas Thought…

I know it’s Christmas time, but I wrote something about our move that I want to share (the photo is of the back of our moving truck in August): My Marbles by Sara Marie Allen I think I lost my … Continue reading

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