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Micropoetry

The hills have holy feet Continue reading

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Micropoetry

A sprinkling morrow Drinking from the trees Earth is cooling As the sun is shady A noble mood The simple quiet Of daydreams

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Micropoetry

The insanity is dead
All red about the sky Continue reading

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Micropoetry

From childhood I have not taken my sorrow I could not awaken my heart To joy at the same tone All I loved I loved alone

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Micropoetry – Heather Mirassou

Take me to the ocean Bring the leaping sun Daybreak is full of diamonds Dancing swelling tides Make me want to write  

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Micropoetry – Heather Mirassou

October is a beggar Knocking on doors Snatching golden leaves In Autumn

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