Daily Archives: December 6, 2021

GUEST POST // Hide & Seek by Kelly K. Green — unbolt me

Are you there? peeking around corners tiny sausages gripping door panel inevitable giggle ringing in the imagination where possibility is endless & no one can be found by KELLY K. GREEN © All rights reserved 2021 GUEST POST // Hide & … Continue reading

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Do Drop In — Annette Rochelle Aben

That Sunday, one day When many came to visit Shared so much laughter Nothing fancy, nothing planned Greatest holiday present ©2021 Annette Rochelle Aben Do Drop In — Annette Rochelle Aben

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Instant poem about older women dancing — Write Into Life

Poem about old women dancing. I am a wrinkled apple/ with an equator tied around/ what used to be a waist. Yet I am allowed to dance… The post Instant poem about older women dancing appeared first on Write Into Life. … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Boredom is Anti-Life — Science and Scientists, Television, Theater

Science and Scientists • Edward Hitchcock was the first American to study dinosaur fossils, although he did not realize what the fossils were — the study of dinosaurs was still in its infancy then. Even as a teenager, Mr. Hitchcock demonstrated … Continue reading

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Music Recommendation: Steve Ashley — “Melancholia”

BRUCE’S RECOMMENDATION OF BANDCAMP MUSIC Music: “Melancholia” Album: INTO THE SUN Artist: Steve Ashley Artist Location: Adelaide, Australia Info: “Steve delivers soulful, cruisy, acoustic roots, with an alt-country twist. His well-crafted storytelling will take you on a journey exploring universal themes that resonate … Continue reading

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