Monthly Archives: December 2011

Poetic Inspiration: Other People’s Poems

Check out my post on the Poetic Muselings blog on being inspired by other people’s poems. Read Mark Wyndham’s poem, and the one I wrote in response.

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Leading Action

Leading Action I blinked my eyes against the hot daylight. Drastic force had blown up the building complex. The broad end, the one that had contained the housing for the enemy’s troops, had been completely demolished, and the rest of … Continue reading

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A Few Holiday Verses

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Image: Simon Howden / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Happy holidays, everyone. Here are some holiday poems. The first two were written in response to a post on the poetic muselings blog Writer’s Cramp One cold winter day, I selected a pen to write … Continue reading

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After Christmas Blues, a short Christmas Tale

After Christmas Blues by Margaret Fieland Mrs. Claus is up in arms. Even with a full day to deliver the presents, Santa didn’t finish until 2PM on Christmas Day, and he’s so exhausted he’s in bed for a week. “It’s … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Kathryn Meyer Griffith: Christmas Memories

Christmas Memories By author Kathryn Meyer Griffith My real childhood Christmas memories, in fact most of my holiday memories, essentially began in my ninth year. Oh, I have memories, scattered and muted, of earlier times but none as crystalized as … Continue reading

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