Category Archives: Poetry

The Shell

There was a crack in the shell that I had built around myself It’s a funny thing about shells They not only keep the bad things out, they also keep the good things out I could no longer stand on … Continue reading

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Light

My hand my heart wrapped in your love You take this battered soul with tenderness and acceptance You are my light my everything I stand before you with open arms and open heart Copyright (C) 2019 Penny Wilson     … Continue reading

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Lucky

“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”  –Winnie the Pooh

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Know The Invitation – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon — parallax

REBLOG: Paul’s beautiful poem resonates with me immensely! Don’t miss this exceptional piece.  ❤ Photo: bigbenpartners.com “What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery Know The Invitation Those days do come, they surprise … Continue reading

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Found — Oldest Daughter & Red Headed Sister

REBLOG: This beautiful piece resonates with me so much that I just had to share it with you. Please visit Audrey’s lovely blog for more of her amazing work. Enjoy! ❤ https://videopress.com/embed/cfotzpmB?hd=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=0&loop=0 And then there was light. Those are someone … Continue reading

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Mirror #writephoto

Looking within is never easy We lie to ourselves all the time  What do I see when my inner self is reflected back?  The mirror not always kind showed the darkness within  The Spirit pulls back that shroud  Extending a … Continue reading

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Vox Poetica Publications

The Lovely Poetry site, Vox Poetica, has published 2 of my poems! One I call Bloodshed Worthy can be seen HERE.  This posted in July! Another Poem I call A Lie I Tell Myself can be seen HERE.  This one was … Continue reading

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