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March 02, 2014



Those sneering beliefs of what
should be what doesn't have
to be what wasn't to be this time.

What a grand, convoluted sentence to set us thinking...

Other Mary

Lovely, just lovely.

Kathe W.

lovely and sweet poem

Tess Kincaid

Excellent...always look forward to your offerings Julie...

Helena  (Hey!  Lena)

The opening line to this piece works incredibly well and pulls you right in! Quality poem indeed!


I like this poem, especially this line:

The moon was to be and is and
always comes back here on cue.

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