Seasons

Mommy shares the secret of how she survived the madness described in “The Life and Times of a Total Loser (Parts One and Two)”

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Shadows

Mommy ponders the shadows inside and then I ramble a bit while staying as vague as I can in hopes that the reader will subconsciously apply meaning for me.

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Carnival

On this gloomy Monday (that’s actually Tuesday) Mom talks about how what we see can be distorted and ponders why those distortions don’t make much sense.

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Superstar

Mommy makes some astute observations about the disappointment of broken dreams and the solitude of superstardom on a warm summer Monday!

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Life’s Labour Lost

Something something poem that made me depressed on a Monday. I put in work on the analysis. I’m just gonna make it up by being lazy here. Cya next week.

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Self

A deep reflection on the stranger hiding in within all of us. A poignant call for introspection posted a day late on Tuesday!

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Haunted

A short but sweet eight liner that speaks more than I could write in a 300 page novel about part of the human condition. I know you’ll be moved by this piece that spoke to the world’s souls on a Monday!

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Days Age Old

This week, my Mom sent me a poem to make me feel old, and then I shared that feeling with everybody else early in the morning on Monday!

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Mothers and Daughters

This week we have very special extended edition prose poem written by my lovely mother after her lovely mother passed away last year. Personally, this one was a little hard on me because it’s a very accurate representation of what the last few years were like with Grandmommy. Still, it’s a beautiful thing that speaks to the heart, just like it always is when my mom takes a poem from her collection and shares it with me over the weekend just so I can share it with you on Monday!

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