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Past Time to Move On

For today’s prompt, write a moving on poem. Past Time to Move On There were men walking on the moonwhen I was a boy with my telescopein the backyard looking for planets Watching Star Trek after schoolI figured that by … Continue reading

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A Thursday Morning in Winter

The cars on my street were spray-painted whiteby that famous vandal, Jack Frost. The hungover sunoffers no warmth. I should remove the crystalline dewfrom my windshield but I must’ve walked widdershinsaround the bar— lost my scraper and glove. This credit … Continue reading

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Charles Bukowski (1920-1994)

This is the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of my favorite poets, Charles Bukowski. I love how he takes the mundane and the profane and illuminates the poetry in each. He can be both coarse and sublime in … Continue reading

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