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4:00 am in the morning for poets

The darkest hour of the night

Between night owls and morning birds

Time for that mystical connection with your Muse.

Tap tap… within the stillness.

Start writing ✍️

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Wheel of Life project: Loving often, aging well, and meditating in the mornings

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Be KIND to Those in DIVERSE Place is my poem for this month. I wrote this poem for My Irishman, who is deceased, yet alive in my heart. Although I am older than some, I no longer have the obligations of life. Freedom to write. Freedom to think. Freedom to create. Bio: Born in New […]

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Welcome, newcomers!

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Be KIND to Those in DIVERSE Place is my poem for this month.

I wrote this poem for My Irishman, who is deceased, yet alive in my heart.

Although I am older than some, I no longer have the obligations of life.

Freedom to write. Freedom to think. Freedom to create.

Bio: Born in New York, lived overseas (mostly MiddleEast, Africa, Europe),

presently living in Colorado. The Rocky Mountains are far from the Atlantic ocean

I knew and grew up near. I taught writing at our local community college.

Mostly, memoir writing: later, I was able to write, edit and self-publish ten

books of both memoir and poetry, @amazon.com @kindlestore.

Joy!  To be published. Yet words are sacred to me and healing and I keep writing.

My inspirations come early in the day, even during dreaming …

so welcome newcomers, tell me about yourself. (Hope you can respond

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