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Just a Thought

Well, earlier I’d been talkin’ stuff In a violent room Fighting with lovers past I needed someone with a quicker wit than mine —Prince/The Ballad of Dorothy Parker

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Just a Thought

The flower is the poetry of reproduction. It is an example of the eternal seductiveness of life. —Jean Giraudoux/The Enchanted

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Just a Thought

A red and yellow parrot sat in a tin cage between the kitchen window and another lopsided watercolor of the black-headed dog. The parrot had been looking suspiciously at Zora since we had entered the kitchen, and he took that … Continue reading

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Just a Thought

No other poem of mine has ever in the slightest been written for a particular reader – only for myself or some half-conceived Alter ego. —A. S. Byatt/Possession

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Spill that out of your head

What makes a Muse? The other night in writing group the concept of a Muse came up in group and we sat and discussed the classic muses and the fact that so many of them were dedicated to poetry – … Continue reading

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