Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Muses From Public Libraries




Greenburgh Public Library



Public library,
Books, video tape, old and new,
available now.
.
Catalogs, programs,
Magazines, newspapers, and
help desks, quality.
.
Check in out, returns,
Fiction, non-fiction, children,
Adult, young adult.
.
Teens, or Juveniles,
Mid-summer Reading programs,
abundant resources.


Hildreth PL

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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Hope By Bonnie A. Lynch




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Darker than a mid-
night hour,
Darker than a father's
scowl,
Night sat upon his
haunches,
Here is a tear and there's
a tear-a
Fluttering leaf falls
down,
Waiting, Always waiting-
and hope makes
the difference.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Sunbrellas and Chrysanthemums (Haiku, Wordle, Poetry, and mini Fiction Prompts)



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Umbrellas are good on bad weathered days,
I recall my sunbrella in my childhood
memory, which protects me from being
tanned by the baking sun in summer,
when thunder storms come,
excuses to hide indoors behind
shrouded shadows become a dream,
Free movies at village are
kind of magic to my brisk
and fond past, which shifts my mood
and makes it possible for me to
inherit my own light,
become detached from miserable frustration.
Now, a world apart,
No more urge to go deeper,
to mine the nonsenses,
Standing tall, holding my pen firmly,
I apply words to kill time
and mirror the world apart,
it's like a kind of magic
when life becomes a journey
with ever changing events...




Watch events unfold,
Use umbrella to shroud
faults, you can still win.

Carpe Diem Chrysanthemums

Painting fall with love,
hot Chrysanthemums,
dance in poetic feet.


Saturday, October 6, 2012

ODE To My Pen

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Hyde Park Thursday Poets Rally Week 74 (October 4 -October 10)


Colorful
  Liquid
    Gel
      G-2 07
        Pilot
          Cooperative
            School
              Smart
                Pretty
                  Active
                     And
                         Eager

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

ABc Wednesday: L IS 4 Last or Lasting Love of Farm and Nature....Prayers for Sabrina MccColl!



 Thanks to hyde park poetry for awarding me this award, i wish to honor another poet of high talent named Salt Gate by David Saltaire , best wishes, keep writing profound poetry!



 

Thursday Flash Fiction Week 28: Innocence and Dreams




There is some shivering cold
at this October day,
After sizzling rain yesterday,
Today I'm glad to see a good forecast,
We've called TNT Lawn mowers to stop coming,
We have changed our shorts or skirts
into long pants or Jeans,
We're planning for Thanksgiving trip
on west coast and more...
.
Watermelon has become less welcome
while Asian pears, Naval oranges,
Southern peaches are turning our appetite on,
a weekend drive to locale orchard,
picking golden delicious ones by hand
and fill the pail with harvest of autumn,
what fulfilling experience!
love to hear the munching sound
and swallow a spoonful apple pie from Oven,
.
Night time is stretched hours longer,
glad to be able to feel comfortable
and curl inside the quilt like a ball
and dream, dream of the blooms of queen flower peony,
and the worry free childhood fancies...
October at last, time to pen down the sweetest past…
To be continued…..

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