Category Archives: Poetry

Life Flickers

Here is a beautiful poem by friend and fellow author Joan Myles.   via Life Flickers

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AUTHOR’S CORNER:Taking Pictures With Poetry by author Abbie Johnson Taylor

Hello campbellsworld visitors. We close our Author’s Corner this evening with a special post from, author Abbie Johnson Taylor. She did this lovely post in answer to a request I made of her concerning poetry and what it means to … Continue reading

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What Poetry Means to Me

  via What Poetry Means to MeWhat a wonderful piece of writing.  Abbie Johnson Taylor sent this link to me, and I also so it reblogged on Lynda McKinney’s blog called Scan. Alice You did a beautiful job of speaking … Continue reading

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Anne Sexton’s Witchy Poetry

  via Anne Sexton’s Witchy PoetryWhat a beautiful but sad story. I never knew of this author. Where have I been? So lovely and dark this poem, and the story of the poet one that brings tears to the eye. … Continue reading

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AUTHOR’S CORNER: How a Poem Speaks To My Creativity by author Ann-Harrison Barnes

Hello everyone and welcome back to the Author’s Corner. This afternoon as promised earlier on Facebook I have for you a creative article  from author Ann-Harrison Barnes, who, I might add has recently released a new book. When Ann hired … Continue reading

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LET’S TALK

Good morning campbellsworld visitors. This morning I want to try and engage you in conversation. The following is a poem I picked up from the Panhala Email list. Read it, think about it, and tell me what it means to … Continue reading

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THE LEAF AND THE CLOUD EXCERPT MARY OLIVER: Panhala

When loneliness comes stalking, go into the fields, consider the orderliness of the world. Notice something you have never noticed before, like the tambourine sound of the snow-cricket whose pale green body is no longer than your thumb. Stare hard … Continue reading

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