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A Walk in the Woods #Poetry

A couple of years ago, I wrote the following poem for a contest sponsored by National Braille Press, but it didn’t win. So, I submitted it to… 117 more words

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Monday Musical Memory: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

My late husband Bill was an avid baseball fan. His favorite team was the Colorado Rockies, and he stood by them always. They lost many games over the last few years of Bill’s life. 439 more words

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Dad, Fats, and Me #Poetry #Music

Here’s a poem I wrote several years ago about something my father and I loved doing together. It was published in Magnets and Ladders. You can click on the title to hear me read it. 202 more words

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Mingled Voices 3 #Thursday Book Feature

Mingled Voices 3- Proverse International Poetry Prize Anthology 2018

by Gillian and Verner Bickley

Copyright 2019.

The contributors to this  anthology, me included, are from around the world. 145 more words

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About Love

Thanks to The Life and Death of Love for providing interesting answers to some questions about love. Now, here are my answers to those same questions. 743 more words

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Monday Musical Memory: Oh My Papa

My father was a bear at times. He laid a hand to my hind quarters when I did something wrong. When my younger brother was suspended from high school for mooning out of a bus, he yelled, “When I see you, you’d better have a book in your hand. 250 more words

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My Battery-Operated Phone

I was reading through some inspirational quotes when one of them struck my fancy. “You can’t see it now, but the thing you didn’t get will someday be the best thing you never had. 243 more words

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