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Michelle Erica Green
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Poem for Wednesday and Mount Vernon Sheep
Achieving Perspective By Pattiann Rogers Straight up away from this road, Away from the fitted particles of frost Coating the hull of each chick pea, And the stiff archer bug making its way In the morning dark, toe hair by toe hair, Up the stem of the trill...

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Poem for Tuesday, Marvel and Me
Respect By Stan Lee When God made man he went all out As far as we can tell He made some black, He made some white And other shades as well He placed them on the verdant Earth To live and love and thrive He favored none, He loved each one And kept that love...
Poem for Tuesday, Marvel and Me
Poem for Tuesday, Marvel and Me
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Greetings from Mount Vernon
It was a gorgeous day on Sunday, warmer than Saturday with pretty much no clouds. We met Cheryl at Mount Vernon for the annual Colonial Fair, which had been postponed from September because of Hurricane Florence. It's always been held before in late summer,...
Greetings from Mount Vernon
Greetings from Mount Vernon
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Greetings from Wheaton
After a quiet morning, I had a really nice afternoon because we told Adam that we were going to Brookside Gardens and asked whether he and Katherine wanted to join us so she and I could catch Cyndaquil together for Community Day, and to our surprise he said...
Greetings from Wheaton
Greetings from Wheaton
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Poem for Saturday, Goodbye Paramount Ranch
Walking the Dunes By Brenda Hillman In movies when the hero is about to die, He scatters a few phrases in a place like this, Hoping the words will come up again Immortal, or the grasses will reach out for him As now they do for us. Someone has planted a row...

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Poem for Friday and Kensington Antique Row
I Opened a Book By Julia Donaldson I opened a book and in I strode. Now nobody can find me. I’ve left my chair, my house, my road, My town and my world behind me. I’m wearing the cloak, I’ve slipped on the ring, I’ve swallowed the magic potion. I’ve fought ...

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Poem for Thursday, Election, Cox Farms Animals
The Praying Tree By Melinda Palacio Ten years of driving the same highway, past the same tree, the picture is at last complete. The eucalyptus tree and narrow birds above a blessed steel sea with no thoughts of yesterday, today, or tomorrow. Black cormorant...

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Poem for Wednesday and Midterm Elections
Election Year By Richard Blanco The last ghostly patch of snow slips away— with it—winter’s peaceful abandon melts into a memory, and you remember the mire of muck just outside your kitchen window is the garden you’ve struggled and promised to keep. Jeans d...

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Poem for Tuesday and Foamhenge (Where the Demons Dwell)
At Stonehenge By Katharine Lee Bates Grim stones whose gray lips keep your secret well, Our hands that touch you touch an ancient terror, An ancient woe, colossal citadel Of some fierce faith, some heaven-affronting error. Rude-built, as if young Titans on ...

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Greetings from Centreville
Things we got to do on the last day of Cox Farms' annual Fall Festival, which we have not attended in many many years, since our kids were young enough to want to go on their Haunted Hayride, but really wanted to support this year, not only because the fest...
Greetings from Centreville
Greetings from Centreville
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