Monthly Archives: February 2015

My Poem Has Been Published

Dear Fellow Bloggers, My poem “The First Kiss In The 1950s” has been published on Narrator International. Some of you might remember this poem, but if you have time and wish to support me there, please click on the link … Continue reading

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SunWinks! February 22, 2015: Waxing Prosaic

Originally posted on SunWinks!:
Dear SunWinkers: In recent weeks, we’ve been backing and filling on topics in the area of the sound and sonority of the language, including a couple ideas, neologism and tumbling verse, which we hope encouraged you…

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Book Spotlight: Dreams On My Pillow by Irina Dimitric

Originally posted on Poetic Parfait:
Reading Dreams On My Pillow by Irina Dimitric on my Tablet. Photo: Poetic Parfait. Hello everyone, hope you are having a great day! Today I am spotlighting the book Dreams On My Pillow by Irina Dimitric. It…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds

Balmoral Beach on a sunny day in February. NSW, Australia. Wouldn’t you like to be here now?

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Yoo-Hoo! – Tumbling Verse – SunWinks! February 15, 2015 Take a Tumble

   Yoo-Hoo!     Here I come, yoo-hoo-hoo! Your beloved cockatoo Oh yeah, screech I do For I love you, yes I do   Away, away with you Cheeky, screeching cockatoo! Shoo and shoo and shoo!   Yeah, I loved … Continue reading

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SunWinks! February 15, 2015: Take a Tumble

Originally posted on SunWinks!:
Dearest hardy, intrepid SunWinkers: I frequently badger you to read your poetry aloud, and today’s column is no exception. Writing poetry without hearing what it sounds like is like studying a piano etude without touching the…

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Melancholy Merriment – SunWinks! February 1, 2015 (Oxymorons)

A solitary magpie Sitting on a pole In joyful sadness Carolling strains Of the sweetest tones I know     Pray tell, enchanting bird What does your melancholy warbling say?     Behold, from high above I can see afar … Continue reading

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SunWinks! February 1, 2015: Who Are You Calling an Oxymoron?

Originally posted on SunWinks!:
Dear SunWinkers: If you’ve been following our column, you’ve gotten a pretty good survey of the basic essentials in the modern poet’s tool belt. You’ve learned how to use a hammer, a screwdriver, a chalk line,…

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Story Time

Originally posted on Maxima:
? Written: © Maxima Croatian Bakin spomenar Kada mi baka uvečer priđe, Pod miškom drži spomenar. Tada sam sretan, Jer dobro znam, Da ide bajka, Meni za dar. A baka važno, Započme priču. U davna, davna…

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What a lovely photo! – Publishing online and in print

This is lovely Jennifer Mosher, Managing Director and Editor of NARRATOR INTERNATIONAL, who gave me the encouragement I needed to continue writing poetry: she accepted the first poem I had submitted – ‘A Fibonacci Poem for Australia Day’. My poems appear … Continue reading

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