Tag Archives: childhood

Stone Cold Love

You have seen parent v. child in grocery stores. Oh, yes. Continue reading

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Escarpment

NaPoWriMo 21: We all remember the anticipation of getting away to the holiday place. This was the moment of anticipation: the first view of paradise. Continue reading

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Recrimination

NaPoWriMo 6: what a rock and a hard place title! Continue reading

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Blue on Blue

NaPoWwriMo 5: a childhood memory. Continue reading

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Inside my head

Some interwoven triplets on a poet’s mind Continue reading

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subjective

As kids after the second world war, we saw some of the victims. DPs we were told to call them, but we didn’t understand. (#1085) Continue reading

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Fairy Tale

NaPoWriMo Day 7: Time someone wrote a poem about Churches and little gingerbread houses and misconceptions. (#1059) Continue reading

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