Monthly Archives: May 2014

Squirrel Woodblock Print and W.B. Yeats

Lots of oak trees where I now live, so I often encounter these furry creatures on my walk to the post box. I also see them scampering around the nearby park where I also like to walk. A set of … Continue reading

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“Selfie” by guest poet, Struggling Poet Formerly Known As Starving Poet

Poetic Meditation has again graciously allowed me to guest post my latest poem, “Selfie,” after only begging – I mean – asking three times. Since I’m not actually starving (yet), I’ve decided to change my nom de plume (French is … Continue reading

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Maya Angelou April 4,1928 – May 28, 2014

“The line of the dancer: If you watch Baryshnikov and you see that line, that’s what the poet tries for. The poet tries for the line, the balance.” (Maya Angelou)

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“Our Lives But Footprints in Sand are Traced” (Villanelle)

OUR LIVES BUT FOOTPRINTS IN SAND ARE TRACED (Villanelle) By Poetic Meditation Our lives but footprints in sand are traced. Fleeting are the days like summer grass That tomorrow’s waves shall all erase. Some live their lives as if in … Continue reading

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