Monthly Archives: May 2011

Just Having Fun

Your List Revisited May 29, 2011 at 7:33 pm A list…without Sam & Dean? I don’t agree! After all, it’s YOUR list, YOUR fantasy! And so, tis fitting for them to be … They’re YOUR N°1. And heaven forbid, not … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day 2011

Lead the way moms, lead their way. We mothers know steadying a cubs’ course takes more than one day 😀

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On Cinquains, Women & Poets

Posted elsewhere on March 18, 2011 by emanita01 When two women, two poets, share… Bird Red, Blue Flying, Squawking, Landing A flash of light Parrot © Jo Bryant Hey Jo, Thanks! You’ve just taught me something new in poetry. And … Continue reading

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Find Your Own Diamond

Posted elsewhere on February 16, 2011 by emanita01 Diamonds in the Rough Beneath a bluer-than-blue sky I sit on my balcony idly removing moisture from plastic pages with paper towels. Sun reflects upon them causing my eyes to squint. Diamonds … Continue reading

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Stepping Beyond Three Words

Posted elsewhere on March 6, 2011 by emanita01   I’m a Mother * While I no longer follow my name with: I’m So and So’s mother, and as time goes on I’ll respond to the question of what do you … Continue reading

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Info on Cinquains from Jo Bryant

Posted elsewhere on March 18, 2011 by emanita01 Definition of Cinquain Poetry Type and Term Cinquain Poetry Type has five lines: Line 1 is one word (the title) Line 2 is two words that describe the title. Line 3 is … Continue reading

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Diamente Poem

Posted elsewhere on March 29, 2011 by emanita01 Jo’s given me more fodder for thought in the form of poetic instruction. Here’s the result: sons distant, close fighting, growing, changing Alpha, Omega, blinding, bright infuriating, loving, endearing warm, essential sunrays … Continue reading

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