Tag Archives: Black & White Fridays

Resolutions – An Acrostic

Realizing, rethinking, redoing Established revolutions in this fling, Standards adjusted, at least ’til spring. Of what from our being shall forth we bring? Living, knowing life hangs by a string Under the bright lights of a circus ring, Today’s few … Continue reading

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Black and White in Color

At times – tough times, Black and white exists Clearly without bleeding Of color, frivolousness Loses velocity, deep breaths Entomb smiles, hidden Intertwined like branches Of trees seen in starkness, Birthday suits, showing Wear are strong still yet To venture … Continue reading

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Lightning

“If more politicians knew poetry, and more poets knew politics, I am convinced the world would be a little better place in which to live.” – John F. Kennedy, 1956 His words echoed today in Dallas by author and historian David McCullough … Continue reading

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Rorschach Test

We came this way, Splitting trees like hairs, Warping beauty for selves, Our character tested, Lacking in emotion. Copyright © 2013 Shainbird. All rights reserved. NaNoWriMo Day 15: 1487

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