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two days later

This is the fourth year of National Haiku Writing Month, or NaHaiWriMo, and I didn’t even know it existed!   Haiku is one of the shortest forms of poetry and February is the shortest month of the year…it’s a perfect match! … Continue reading

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Hats Off to Hanff!!…

Helene Hanff is without a doubt one of my favorite writers.  Her charmingly simple book “84 Charing Cross Road” was turned into an award-winning movie, which I’ve seen dozens of times, starring Anne Bancroft and Anthony Hopkins.  The book is a … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Challenge….

A few years ago I wrote this little number for my Writers Group. However, with chronic CRS,  I can’t remember why.  Sometimes we give ourselves a challenge to write something for fun.  I just can’t remember why or how I got this … Continue reading

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Calling all poets! April is National Poetry Writing Month — NaPoWriMo for short. Modeled after National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), NaPoWriMo is an annual project encouraging poets to write one poem each day in April.…

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