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    Small repository
    Place to tell a story
    Or give rhyme to full verse
    Yet remembering first
    It is all about the words
    Rare ones as yet unheard
    Poignant typed ink to share
    A larger world out there
    Share your words without fear
    Shout loudly so they hear
    I’ll make another choice
    Shout here and save my voice

Whittled Words – Rime Couee Poem

The Rime Couee is a French poetic form that uses six-line stanzas with a 3-part rhyme scheme and variable line lengths. 

Unbroken Chains

Slavery does not always come with chains,
The sad practice to this day remains…

Construct of Time

We are but a speck of ink,
On a billion pages of history…

Tuesday Tidbits #152

A drenching downpour of delicious and delightful diatribes.

No Crystal Ball

We cannot see all the road,
Only to the horizon…

I Walk Alone

It is hard to see a future,
Unlike the past I have known…

Serpent’s Kiss

Where whispered the words,
Sweet as a winter wine…

Whittled Words – Tricube Poem

Unlike the many classical forms we have already covered in this series, the Tricube is a newer form and relatively unknown. Plus, it is fun and easy to learn.

How Can This Be?

I see you,
But we have never met…

Sweet Spot

It is an elusive period in our past where we were less digitally connected but knew the people in our lives in greater depth.

Flannel with Faith

Embracing imperfection with faith, flannel, & fresh air

JaZzArt en València

Faith saved us from the savages that we were, losing faith makes us savages again

Suicide Squeeze

Often Misunderstood

The Poetorium at Starlite

An Open Mic & Poetry Show

Rtistic

I speak my heart out.

Rum and Robots

We Survived and Arrived - Now as Warriors We Thrive

I didn't have my glasses on....

A trip through life with fingers crossed and eternal optimism.

Pete Springer

Passionate Teacher and Future Children's Author

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Philosophy is all about being curious, asking basic questions. And it can be fun!

Poetry collection

Work by Rain Alchemist

Paul's Poetry Playground

It's Time to Play...