AUTHOR’S CORNER: Poetry Endures | Jewniquely Myself

Hello everyone.

After another day of tech tornados this is just what I needed to brighten my day.

Make sure to visit Joan’s blog, read and enjoy her post, and if you do please, give it a like and a share.

*A repost for the end of National Poetry Month* Only crumbs in the cookie jar. And the ice cream carton rests Limp and exhausted in the trash. April is nearly finished, But poetry endures forever. My children have grown up and moved out, their shouts and play are mere echos until grandchildren come bounding in.…
— Read on

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2 Responses to AUTHOR’S CORNER: Poetry Endures | Jewniquely Myself

  1. joanmyles says:

    Aww, hope your tomorrow is better, my dear Ms Patty! Thanks for sharing this poem…just can’t get enough of the sweet, melodic stuff…it is soothing when you need it, and can be invigorating when you need that as well. Poetry really does speak to the heart and soul of life, don’t you think?


    • Patty says:

      Hi Joan. Yes, I do think poetry speaks to the heart. I’m sure today will be better. And. You’re very welcome for the share.

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