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A Meaningful Haiku — TANYA CLIFF

acorns litter ground in dead leaves, a new oak formed or squirrel’s meal found ~ Words and Photography ©2018 Tanya Cliff ~ to contact me Entry posted in haiku & poetry. Bookmark the permalink. via A Meaningful Haiku — TANYA CLIFF … Continue reading

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Asters — Charmed Chaos

broken by the storm the asters’ fragrance rises out of damp earth © Jane Reichhold via Asters — Charmed Chaos

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intuition — The Reluctant Poet

Originally posted on Short Poems and Other Nonsense: sometimes you don’t find answers in what people say– but in how what they say makes you feel. via intuition — The Reluctant Poet

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A Six-Word Story — HappymessHappiness

Lots interest me, few satisfy me. via A Six-Word Story — HappymessHappiness

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I Hear Silence — The Reluctant Poet

Originally posted on Smell The Coffee: I hear silence in the deepest dark as it tip-toes on padded feet carefully stepping around the fractures of my mind not making a sound as it leaves me as quiet as can be … Continue reading

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matters to me — Annette Rochelle Aben

I accept myself For who I am where I am Is perfect for me And what I have learned right here Perfection is a mind game ©2018 Annette Rochelle Aben via matters to me — Annette Rochelle Aben

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The Carbonite Playlist of My Heart — It Just Popped Into My Head

Is it even possible to forget someone when they still have a playlist on your phone? And every time Tom Waits slides into shiffle you may just believe that it’s fate or that you’re thinking about each other, when in … Continue reading

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