Monthly Archives: December 2012

RAKED OVER

All of a sudden, someone has raked the drifting piles of leaves that have lain sodden on these foggy, in- between days, not quite winter, certainly not autumn. “I hear the raspy sound of the rake’s tines as they scratch … Continue reading

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GRATITUDE

It’s a bit after midnight, and I went looking for a poem that would express my astonished delight that my appeal, albeit commercial as a means of earning money for giving presents for Christmas, was met in a matter of … Continue reading

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ALL KINDS OF GIFTS

On a light note, here’s a poem that could be sung! “O Karma, Dharma, pudding and pie, gimme a break before I die; grant me wisdom, will & wit, purity, probity, pluck, and grit. trustworthy, loyal, helpful, kind, gimme great … Continue reading

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