Tag Archives: life

This Is A Poem That Isn’t

This is a poem that isn’t But probably it could Even though it shouldn’t And even if it were It more than likely wouldn’t #anythingbutpoliticsrightnow     Advertisements

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BELIEVE IN LEAVE

So, I was thinking (yes, I understand the risks)… But, I was thinking, just imagine if each of the 25,109 and growing followers of this humble site were to donate just $1.00 to help me fund my film LEAVE… Just … Continue reading

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HAPPY #HARVESTMOON

  #wheredidsummergo    

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The bridges of Ashtabula County, Ohio

Originally posted on Roadkill Crossing, and other tales from Amish Country:
Benetka Road Bridge. By Bruce Stambaugh I’ve been curious about covered bridges for a long time. I wondered about their purpose other than the obvious one of crossing from…

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Poetry Is My Balm

Many of the haiku and other poems in Short Verses & Other Curses were written as a therapeutic balm in response to my cancer. I don’t know why or how I survived all that nonsense but I suspect writing the … Continue reading

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No Point In Asking

When I first began articulating this post in my head, it was framed around the question, “When will it all end?” But after just a few seconds of contemplation around it I quickly realized that question is quite ridiculous. Obviously, … Continue reading

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PARIS | A Relating to Humans Women’s Issues Feature

PARIS by elizabeth stokkebye Seventeen and in Paris on my own. It was my first encounter with the city of love and I was fortunate to stay with an aunt and uncle, who both being workaholics, left me with oceans … Continue reading

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