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On Doing the Wrong Thing

Of course it is all subjective, but you know when you’ve done the wrong thing. I’m on LinkedIn. There are several writers forums. I joined one and started a discussion claiming I was looking for a rhyme for orange, in … Continue reading

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On putting yourself out there

God, it can feel awful. It can feel wrong – I’m still not 100% convinced it’s not – putting yourself out there, as a (I hesitate to call myself this) poet. I have worked very hard for a long period … Continue reading

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On Old Ladies Crossing the Road

What’s that up ahead? Why is the traffic at a stand still? Ah! I see. An old lady is crossing the road.  She was crossing diagonally the heart of the cross, and was only a fraction of the way out … Continue reading

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