Tag Archives: Poetry

Life Lessons from “Charlie Chaplin”

As I Began to Love Myself As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth. Today, I know, this is “AUTHENTICITY.” As I began … Continue reading

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Chiron

Saint? Wise father figure to children of the Gods. Animal – spiritual – two natures united– Chiron, child of two races. Mix the best of both. Myth? Star? (C) Jo Bryant 2011

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Lanterne Time and Beyond

Decided to try my hand at writing a new lanterne poem, and came up with: writing essential             troubling harnesses fleeting thoughts capturing authenticity on paper: creativity ©March 2011_M. Anita Bailey Then, I came across the following instructions: “Lanterne is a … Continue reading

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On Cinquains, Women & Poets

When two women, two poets, share… Bird Red, Blue Flying, Squawking, Landing A flash of light Parrot © Jo Bryant Hey Jo, Thanks! You’ve just taught me something new in poetry. And from what I’m reading here [on Jo’s blog], … Continue reading

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