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hide and seek

  This poem is dedicated to pattymac3636.

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small joys r/hide up on the shelf

  This poem was born in May 2016. I tend to write poetry in despair. This piece is different. More hopeful about the possibility of emerging from pain and reclaiming the joy and laughter that’s always stored somewhere, even though we sometimes mistakenly believe it’s beyond reach.

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castle towers

 

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lobster claws

     

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the albatross

  I’m not sure where this poem came from or exactly what it means, but it emerged and took flight as a result of a prompt in a writing workshop. So here it is.  

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empty pages

    Awwww, go on then, read the poem…

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Catherine never complained

My cousin Catherine was born with a heart defect. She began having (then-experimental) surgeries to correct it at the age of two. She had many such surgeries and spent countless days, weeks, sometimes even months in hospital. The number of times she might have died are too numerous to mention. She never complained. She amazed […]

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5 Steps to Success When Things Seem Impossible

Inspiration lands in my inbox every day, sometimes in the form of images like the ones in this post. I have no way of knowing who took the pics, when, or where (despite having searched the Internet for clues). Though I’ve failed (so far) to find the source of these amazing photographs, I couldn’t pass […]

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