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May 2017’s Reads of a Pedometer Geek

This pedometer geek hasn’t written much in the past month or so. Well, at least, not here on my blog. I have shared a post or two of others’ writings, but that is about it. I’d like to claim that … Continue reading

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Small stone: eggnog

Thick, creamy liquid (the color of fresh-churned butter) in crystal tumbler, Rich with a touch of nutmeg (and auld lang syne).   -nancy brady, (updated 2016)

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Rebel Girl: a small stone poem

Rebel Girl Shorts and a pink t-shirt worn by young girl Glittery sequins on shirt “Rebel Girl” At age five, What does she have to rebel against? Or is this empowerment?   A true rebel girl wouldn’t wear a sign. … Continue reading

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Haiku…a small stone poem

Another WordPress account, Hedgerow Poems, has published a few of my poems over the past year or so. The editor is taking a well-deserved vacation after weekly posts; however, the archives of her blogs are worth checking out, but I … Continue reading

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More Haiku? Senryu?

This poet is now sharing a few of my poems that have been published previously in online and print journals. As indicated in a previous post, some are haiku; some are senryu, but I don’t distinguish between the two forms. … Continue reading

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Haiku? Senryu?

This pedometer geek must admit that I can’t always tell whether the haiku I write are really haiku or senryu. (Haiku is nature-based; the other is more human-based.) For me, it is a moment, a glimpse of something that affects … Continue reading

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Still working on a title (suggestions welcomed).   What is the sound of one hand clapping? Or having the ability to wash itself, or tie a shoe?   For me, it is but temporary, a mere blip.   But what … Continue reading

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