Monthly Archives: November 2016

November 29 Poem

Sometimes I try to remember what her body felt like lying next to me in bed, or how her voice sounded when we were alone and she spoke softly. I try to remember what she looked like when she was … Continue reading

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November 28 Poem

Finally. Snow, drifting down swirling silently, piling up on the lawn, dressing spindly branches. It has been a long wait. I think the woods would be lovely today with a new white covering and the hushed silence that snow brings. … Continue reading

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November 27 Poem

Forgot to post this last night. There are a thousand love poems hidden deep in my heart, trying to get out. They come knocking at all hours, but mostly at night when I’m alone and the house is quiet and … Continue reading

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November 26 Poem

Some nights seem to live on, like the night I held her hand on that dark beach with the lights at are back and the crashing waves before us. We paused, sat down, and buried our bare feet in the … Continue reading

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November 25 Poem

Saying good night is the hardest thing, when you’re seventeen years old and she’s looking deep into your eyes, and then looks down and sighs. So you lean against the doorjamb, sweaty hands, fingers entwined, another fifteen minutes goes by, … Continue reading

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November 24 Poem

There is so much sorrow, sadness, violence, intolerance, hate, injustice and deception in our world. But let’s choose to celebrate goodness, honesty, love, caring and kindness. Instead of tearing down, let’s lift each other up. Let’s celebrate our differences, look … Continue reading

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November 23 Poem

Sometimes I just need to sleep outside, in a forest, with a blanket of stars draped over me, and the chill night air rubbing my nose as I burrow into a cocoon of feathers. The night sky is framed by … Continue reading

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