Monthly Archives: August 2013

Swimming in Maine, (by a woman who prefers….the Caribbean Sea)

Originally posted on The Sun Drips Honey:
(N.B.) This poem is loosely based on a boat ride I took with my sister S. and her husband, B.  I say loosely, but I mean very loosely, because the only fact is that…

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Reprint: The Perfect Summer Day in Maine

This is what I meant to reblog: The Perfect Summer Day in Maine I look at sunrise, all ablaze And then begin to smile. Today will be one of those days That make the snow worthwhile. Sol Clip Art from:Office.Microsoft.com. … Continue reading

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The Little Things

Originally posted on The Sun Drips Honey:
A small drop of water And a small ray of sun Together make rainbows When rainstorms are done. A cupful of grass seed And the products of cows Together make lawns On all…

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Apostrophe Hisssssssssssss

If English is what they were taught early on, And if they are older than thirty, I would think that the average American knows Punctuation. Without being shirty, Apostrophes are for possesives, and so It is right that this use … Continue reading

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The Blues

(With thanks to Wikipedia) There’s royal blue and navy blue And turquoise blue is bright The aqua blue is almost white With blue and green there, too Then teal, midnight, and medium blue Or azure, cobalt, iris Or periwinkle, like … Continue reading

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