Monthly Archives: March 2022

Tangled Thread

The Twiglets “A twiglet’s aim is to “prompt” a thought. If something comes to mind, write. A polished piece isn’t the goal; creativity is.”  We fought and scratched, loved and hated, name called and bullied, laughed at and cried with. … Continue reading

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After Daddy Died

Poets and Storytellers Posted by Rommy “I propose writing about heroes, however you choose to define the term.” 1 Grandpa In winter he keptthe coalhouse full, fire stokedlove did the hard part 2 Grandma Second out of bedcoffee perks, eggs fry in … Continue reading

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An Estrangement Called Love

Twiglet rustling cotton “A twiglet’s aim is to “prompt” a thought. If something comes to mind, write. A polished piece isn’t the goal; creativity is.”  I’d watch her as she made-up her face,fresh from her bath, clad in a fluffy … Continue reading

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Illusive Peace

Poets and Storytellers “Friday Writings #16: An Exploration of Peace” Posted by Magaly Guerrero Peace is not just the absence of war. Peace is an attitude of respect. Peace is the golden rule. Peace begins in the heart of man; … Continue reading

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Misky

Twiglets “in a coat pocket” Something with pockets she always wearswhen she takes her walks in the woodsthey start out empty and end up filledwith colored pebbles the river has milledand leaves and ferns and pretty petalsworth to her more … Continue reading

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