Poetry – A Veal Calf

Poetry – A Veal Calf

The Power Of The Written Word

Poetry – A Veal Calf – Just as a song can draw us into its melody and connect us to the power at its core – a well crafted poem can deliver a  message of hope, despair, humour, love, honour, kinship or compassion. A poet can move us to tears or laughter and with just one phrase – transport us to a time long past or an event about to take place.

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The Christmas Wish Of The Black Teddy

THE CHRISTMAS WISH OF THE BLACK TEDDY

By – ROSEMARY WRIGHT

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN ON DECEMBER 12, 1979

 The Christmas Wish Of The Black Teddy – I wrote The Christmas Wish Of The Black Teddy in 1979. I was between jobs, short of discretionary money and it was Christmas. I had presents to buy for friends and family and I was more than a little worried about what to do. I thought about my predicament and decided to use my talent for writing – so I penned a story or poem for everyone.

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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Puckmas

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Puckmas

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Puckmas – My dog Puck – the eldest of the three is quite the vocal fellow. Before he had two little brothers to annoy his sole purpose in life was the downfall of Mommie. He used my computer for 3 years to write his newsletter – Puck News.

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Poetry – My Last Moments

Poetry

The Power Of The Written Word

Poetry – My Last Moments – Just as a song can draw us into its melody and connect us to the power at its core – a well crafted poem can deliver a message of hope, despair, humour, love, honour, kinship or compassion. A poet can move us to tears or laughter and with just one phrase – transport us to a time long past or an event about to take place.

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Poetry

Poetry

The Power Of The Written Word

Poetry – Just as a song can draw up into its melody and connect us to the power at its core – a well crafted poem can deliver a  message of hope, despair, humour, love, honour, kinship or compassion. A poet can move us to tears or laughter and with just one phrase – transport us to a time long past or an event about to take place.

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