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On Kebler Pass

Originally posted on Sarah Russell Poetry:
dust the ferns with my ashes — there, among the aspen trembling gold against the sky. Let them settle, sighing, on the still warm earth of autumn where the next peak calls your name.…

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Stevieslaw: Surgically Altered

Stevieslaw: Surgically Altered Donald Trump said last night, in a lengthy tirade, that he had indisputable evidence that John McCain’s brain had been altered by liberal leaning surgeons in what was touted as cancer surgery. “They made up a fake … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: Mother Earth denies bias

Stevieslaw: Mother Earth denies bias Mother Earth, in an interview with our own Smokey Diamond, defended herself from Right-wing radio hosts—Rush Limbaugh and the like, who have taken to describing her as an Anti-American liberal tool whose primary interest is … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: Swallows

My short ekphrastic poem, Swallows, is up on The Drabble today.  It was inspired by a painting by Benjamin Chee Chee.  Here is the link:

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Stevieslaw: Check out this poem by Lisa McMonagle on Ekphrastic Review   Check out this poem by my friend and poetry group member, Lisa McMonagle on Ekphrastic

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Stevieslaw Exclusive: Tiger Woods to replace Steve Bannon

Originally posted on Stevie's Law:
Stevieslaw Exclusive: Tiger Woods to replace Steve Bannon Stevieslaw has learned that Trump will replace his chief strategist, Steve Bannon, with golfing legend Tiger Woods. Said Trump Spokesperson, Shorty Irons, “The President has evaluated…

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Stevieslaw: Poetry Composition 101

  My complete “how to” for writing poetry.   Poetry Composition 101   Start with a first line as glorious as something out of Dickens. In fact, perhaps it is. Who would be the wiser? Has anyone the leisure to … Continue reading

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