Category Archives: World Peace Poetry Postcards

A Very Good Mail Day

Small box on front porch •
inside reminders: freedom •
hard won and maintained. • Continue reading

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And Just Like That, March Arrives

Yes I know it’s the third. Yes I know I’ve been rather quiet. Had a bad cold-whatever which kept me home for a string of days, not good for much other than brewing tea, swilling day/nyquil and watching movies. Spent … Continue reading

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Poetry and Postcards and Watercolor

I work at my watercolor (not as often as I’d like) and I work at my poetry (this month very regularly indeed) and they often cross paths when I’m sending out postcards of poetry. These are the three postcards I … Continue reading

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From the Quote Box – More Guidance

A man’s duty is to find out where the truth is, or if he cannot, at least to take the best possible human doctrine and the hardest to disprove, and to ride on this like a raft over the waters … Continue reading

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Mom and I, Snow and Snow

Mom and I went to Lowell to visit the New England Quilt Museum and arrived just in time for a blizzard. The museum was closed on Thursday but we did get in on Friday due to the New England-ish work … Continue reading

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