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Facebook Photo Update (Posted on September 01, 2020 at 06:38PM)

“Pick up a poem instead of your phone. Like your phone, a poem is something you can pick up and read in a minute or two. But unlike your phone, it won’t leave you unsatisfied. It can take you somewhere mind-blowing in a few short lines.” Mark McGuinness

Facebook Update (Posted on September 01, 2020 at 06:38PM)

“Pick up a poem instead of your phone. Like your phone, a poem is something you can pick up and read in a minute or two. But unlike your phone, it won’t leave you unsatisfied. It can take you somewhere mind-blowing in a few short lines.” Mark McGuinness

So Your Teacher Made You Hate Poetry

Link: So Your Teacher Made You Hate Poetry – This is a story I’ve heard a lot, but Phyllis captures it beautifully and lets us know it’s never too late.

Facebook Update (Posted on August 27, 2020 at 10:36PM)

One of my absolute favorite poems. A beautiful invitation to self compassion.

Facebook Update (Posted on August 27, 2020 at 09:29PM)

A lovely poem that I saw for the first time at gratefulness.org, an organization whose emails and posts have sustained me in many ways during the pandemic. The Once Invisible Garden by Laura Foley How did I come to be this particular version of me, and not some other, this…

This Summer Day , Summer Poem

Link: This Summer Day , Summer Poem – Here’s a joyous anthem to life by Barbara Crooker. Take that pandemic! There is always something left to love.

Stubborn Praise, August 10, 2020, featuring Alison Luterman

Link: Stubborn Praise, August 10, 2020, featuring Alison Luterman –