Category Archives: Poetry

Edgar Allan Poe Quotes Shared by Ma Cobb

Ma Cobb is at it again. In this video, she shares some of her favorite quotes by the King of Macabre, Edgar Allan Poe. Before you faint-hearted folks freak, this is just spookylicious fun. So, grab a mug of hot … Continue reading

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Disposal Edge – A Poem About Old Silverware

Do you have old, messed up silverware? Do your spoons have disposal edge? Here’s one last poem for National Poetry Month. April sure whizzed by, didn’t it? Once again, I have a video from 1999, practicing for a poetry reading. The … Continue reading

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The Taste of Poverty – A Poem

April is National Poetry Month, and I can’t believe how fast this month is going by. Today’s post is about hunger and poverty. I hope it speaks to you. The Taste of Poverty Have you heard the peaceful sound of … Continue reading

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Practicing for Poetry Reading – Joker Daughter in Background

Do you have a joker in your family? My family is full of jokers. Below is a home video from 1999 when I was practicing for a poetry reading. Like many people, I have a fear of public speaking, so … Continue reading

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Spool – Short Poem and 1999 Retro Video Practicing for Poetry Reading

  Once upon a time I attended a poetry group at the Frugal Frigate children’s bookstore in Redlands, California. At one point, we were invited to participate in a poetry reading. Like most people, I had a fear of public … Continue reading

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Ragged Old Slippers – A Poem

At first glance, my old slippers don’t look too shabby. Turn them over. Whoa! If they could talk, imagine the stories they could tell. They were good to me for years, so they deserved a poem at the very least. … Continue reading

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Defeat and Hope – A Poem

Hope Dark crows of worries nest in my soul Their jagged beaks peck at my thoughts Their heavy wings overshadow my imagination The worms they feed upon burrow deeper and deeper into the soil of angst and fear and fill … Continue reading

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Lightning Bug Poem – It’s National Poetry Month

Do you enjoy poetry? This is a short poem about when I was a child in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and how I had no regard for the life of lightning bugs flittering through summer nights. I found a home video from … Continue reading

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Sidewalk Chalk – “Story” Photo Challenge

The theme for this week’s photo challenge is “Story.” The assignment: “do some visual storytelling with your photography.” Sidewalk chalk is magical in the hands of a child. My siblings and I spent endless summer hours drawing giant snail hopscotch games, … Continue reading

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Time Tested Beauty Tips – A Poem

This week is the Beauty of a Woman Blog Fest 2018, which I’m honored to take part in. August McLaughlin found the following poem helpful during her recovery from an eating disorder, and the theme of the Beauty of a … Continue reading

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