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Friday Fun – belated

Just a bit back from Front Street, adorned with balloons on each corner, the Poetry Machine sat. On an index card, passersby scribbled down five words. Fed into a slot in the machine, an echoing typewriter heard yet not seen. … Continue reading

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Saturday Silliness

Nothing beats an accidental find. Catku: What is the Sound of One Cat Napping by Pat Welch is jolly good fun! The haikus were written by Melissa Crowley and Heidi DelGros, with additional haikus by Welch. Arranged as a series … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Poem – with note.

Good news, the dress rehearsal went well. Seven days, one week to go for the BIG EVENT at Boxley’s Today was the last “Practice, Practice, Practice” workshop taught by Reisha – courtesy of artEast. Thanks to Reisha’s energy and enthusiasm, a … Continue reading

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Jimmy Stewart

It’s National Poetry month, so poetry will be the focus (I hope) blog-wise… Thaaaaaaaanks, Johnny!! Thanks to Johnny Carson, Jimmy Stewart published his collection of poems. They’re wonderful, witty and excellent to hear in the poet’s voice. “Jimmy Stewart and … Continue reading

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