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Cathy’s Red Fox

Cathy’s Red Fox

Poetry Friday. A Photo Exchange:  More than Meets the Eye In April, Margaret Simon and Molly Hogan came up with a plan and invited poets to join in a photo/poetry exchange. Those who were interested submitted a form and then Margaret matched us with someone in a...
Scent of Salmon

Scent of Salmon

Poetry Friday.   Chinook The scent of salmon lingers. Creek waters ripple over smooth stones. Cedar and moss fill the air. At dusk, near water’s edge, bears feast. While snow covers the ground, eggs wait in nesting pockets. Winter turns to spring and in gravelly...
Araminta

Araminta

Poetry Friday. Before you read “Araminta,” I must tell you the amazing story of my characters’ names . . . I needed a name. In fact, I needed two names. Not just any names. One had to begin with the sound /n/ and have three syllables. The other had...
Celebrate

Celebrate

March Slice of Life No. 31  *  Celebrate This Week   I have two celebrations today. Celebration I: #SOL March 2018 With a 34-word story, I am celebrating writing. I have written every day for thirty-one days — my daily slice and daily comments on other slices....
In the Sycamore’s Shadow

In the Sycamore’s Shadow

March Slice of Life No. 9  *  Poetry Friday. During the month of February I participated in Laura Shovan’s 6th Annual February Poetry Project. On Day  11, Linda Baie provided a pencil drawing as our prompt. Linda received the pencil drawing, “Monday”...
You Are Beloved

You Are Beloved

Celebrate This Week This week I’ve been celebrating love. On Saturday, I found a skinny poem in the words of 1 Corinthians 13. Love Greatest of all is love kindly patiently enduring. Love hopes believes forgives. Love is greatest of all. (Back story is below in...