Tag Archives: spring

Horror of the Snow Day

Plans were made Factoring in a storm Some flexibility built in Yet praying That the snow is light * Starting slow and cool You feel a little skip The worst is an illusion Broken by the phone To say the … Continue reading

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Weather and Writing

I’m writing this post in late February, so there is snow everywhere.  Colds are a scourge and I sometimes see my breath . . . while in the house.  It’s freaking cold and I’m sure we’ve all heard/seen the rants.  … Continue reading

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Midweather Man

Keep your arctic chill Where your breath hangs in the air And snow slips within your boots Teeth chattering Was never my cup of tea Keep your melting heat Where sweat drips from every pore And the sun bakes the … Continue reading

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By This Post, I Swear I’ll Finish Book 8! (If Not, I’ll Cry.)

Maybe I spent too much time in Florida, but I always get drowsy when it gets hot.  That might be why I’ve been having so much trouble writing the last week or two.  It hits early afternoon and I feel … Continue reading

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Voices of Nature Blog Tour!

Stars Above (alouette) Starry nights shine bright Thousands of wee lights Constellations light the sky Darkness shows contrast While clouds have gone past Suspended in time up high Pisces and Leo Taurus and Virgo Constellations light the sky Sagittarius Libra, … Continue reading

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Voices of Nature Review

Pamela Beckford of Poetry by Pamela and Year Round Thanksgiving has put together a new poetry book and she’s not alone.  Kirsten A of Kirsten Uninterrupted is in on this project too. This is Pamela’s second time into publishing and … Continue reading

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From the Vault: Four Season Moons

Bloody Vir brings summer blaze Before the wind of amber Ult Who is driven off by Tavon’s ice Until emerald Canst frees the land Then Vir retakes his throne                       … Continue reading

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Sarcastically Perfect Way to Wake Up

My breath in the air Telling me it is too cold Yet I’m in the house (I don’t care about equinoxes and calendars.  It’s spring when it stops snowing, I can put away my winter jacket, and I stop seeing … Continue reading

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Whacky Weather

I step outside Shivering in my shorts I rush back in for jeans Setting out To get some milk With snow falling on my head I march on Bundled to extremes My errand done I leave the store To 70 … Continue reading

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