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“Missing You”

The calla lilies speak to me of you. Soft petals of pure white, like silken skin. Their secret scent rewards a love that’s true And tastes of nectar nurtured deep within. Yet lilies appear austere next to you. (Rewrite of a … Continue reading

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“Satin Petals” (A Sedoka)

The satin petals of the high-blown hydrangea embolden contemplation. My fantasy worlds save me from mundanity, embolden contemplation. (Written for dVerse Poets, “Form for All: The Princess’ Poem to her Secret Love.” June 20, 2013.)

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“A 3D, Full-Color Blast”

Around a bend in the road the season’s first flush of blooms. Petals on the ground liberated by the morning’s heavy rain. Pretty cool stuff. (Written for dVersePoets, June 6, 2013.) (Charles Miller challenged us to create a work using … Continue reading

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