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WWP Poem #27: Fifteen

You, perceptive enough to pick up all the half-rhymes hanging out in your stomach; you, with a galvanized ear leading to tubules that course straight up into your brain; you, possessing databanks built out of flesh humming in data process … Continue reading

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The Poet

The Poet Mind by Calis This poem was written using words from Read Write Word prompt #11. Enjoy. -Nicole ——————————————– You set a book to my ribs. Night after night I unclasp it at the mirror’s edge alphabets flicker and … Continue reading

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American Sentence #3

Silent words cradle ideas, thoughts, and feelings in their lettered arms. Written 7/1/08 © 2008 Nicole Nicholson. All Rights Reserved. Stumble It!

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Excalibur

This is a poem written off of another prompt on Scott Woods’ journal. Today’s prompt: write a poem that is a letter to an old teacher. Enjoy. -Nicole Dear Mr. Kinney: thank you for giving me Excalibur – the knowledge … Continue reading

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Gypsy

Smoky eyes, Yellow hair; Flowing skirts, Knowing stare.

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