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THE HOUSE OF HANGING WORDS

Can you think of a better place than an entire house filled with books and art for a group of writers and artists to meet once a month to dive into craft? I can’t. Besides lending itself to good company, tasty nibbles, and an occasional … Continue reading

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SEVEN CHICKS ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON

We’re seven savvy chicks, soon to be eight. We write on one Sunday each month Over pie, peanuts, even haggis, To prompts while we sip tea and munch. Whether foul of mood or weather, we meet, Pens firing reflections onto the sheet, Heart-wrenching, gut-churning, ofttimes offbeat. … Continue reading

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SONG OF MY SELF ~ An Introspection

While filing snippets of writing exercises, prompts, and ideas jotted on napkins in dark restaurants, I came across a poem I wrote using the first line in Walt Whitman’s 1892 poem “Song of Myself” as a starting point… “I celebrate … Continue reading

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