Author Archives: Mary Beth Frezon

Happy World Poetry Day

Where go all the words •
When the spring comes rushing in, •
Sparkling, her eyes. Continue reading

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Tonight’s Version of Doing The Work

Tonight at the Sunday Night Writing Group, while everyone else was sprinting away on their fiction, I was plowing through files full of poetry. I made two new files: one for haiku and the other for poems which struck me … Continue reading

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In Other Neighborhood News

I have freed the mailbox!

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adventures in blue and yellow – now dry

but this time in paint. They change so much in the first 24 hours and of course scanning is better than handheld photos. First one is a quarter-sheet size – 12″ x 16″, second an eighth or so. Third one … Continue reading

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Light and Clouds

Today I saw an impressive cloud stack to the north while I was driving home: In my rear-view mirror I caught glimpses of the sun and clouds settling to a bright colorful show before sunset. All I could think was … Continue reading

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