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Not Forgotten

Have you ever left a place and found that it stayed with you¬†irrepressibly? A Memory Now My Colombian farm, nestled in a savannah where egrets fly, sold a month ago. A piece of me sits there in that tall red … Continue reading

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Farm Haiku

I’m taking a haiku poetry course online with my favorite poetry teacher, Lorraine Mejia. I’d like to share some of the haiku I’ve written that was farm inspired. 1. Palm-thatched roof sleeping bats hide arise at dusk 2. Grass stands … Continue reading

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Sights and Sounds of Cartagena

I must have been inspired by the recent poetry reading I attended. (See previous post: Poetry in Cartagena) ūüôā Sights and Sounds of Cartagena Cartagena is rhythm from the clip-clop of donkeys pulling carts to the swish of waves touching … Continue reading

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Poetry in Cartagena

Last night, my good friend Margarita took me to a book presentation and poetry reading by¬†R√≥mulo Bustos Aguirre, (http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/R%C3%B3mulo_Bustos)¬†winner of several poetry honors including Premio Nacional de Poes√≠a Instituto Colombiano de Cultura, 1993 Premio¬†Blas de Otero¬†de Poes√≠a¬†Universidad Complutense de Madrid, … Continue reading

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