Category: Poetry

Wednesday Words: A restful spell and nothing else required. by DS Maolalai
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from DS Maolalai, and one of his contributions to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions. DS Maolalai recently returned to Ireland after four years away, now spending his days working maintenance dispatch for a bank
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Wednesday Words: Kintsugi by Stacy Overby
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from our own Stacy Overby, and one of her contributions to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions. Stacy Overby is a columnist and graphic designer at www.ourwriteside.com. Her short stories and poems have been featured
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Wednesday Words: Weeding in the Summertime by Anna Schoenbach
Poetry Heidi Angell

Previously published in the OWS “Primal Elements,” anthology, Anna Schoenbach continues trying to capture even just a little bit of the awesome and overwhelming power of the natural world in her writing. She currently freelances as a science and medical writer and speechwriter who is up for any challenge from any client. She doesn’t let
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Wednesday Words: A slim, polished newness by Annette Gagliardi
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from Annette Gagliardi, and her contribution to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions. Annette has been writing poetry since the early 1980’s and has published in various magazines and area newspapers, placed in national contests
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Wednesday Words: Beyond the Skin by Barbara Tyree
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from Barbara Tyree, and her contribution to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions. Barbara Tyree¬†was born and raised in Lexington, Virginia. She always thought Lexington was boring with nothing to do until she got married
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Wednesday Words: Evening Primrose Path by Cynthia Gallaher
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from Cynthia Gallaher, and her contribution to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions. Cynthia Gallaher, a Chicago-based poet and playwright, is author of four poetry collections, including Epicurean Ecstasy: More Poems About Food, Drink, Herbs
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Wednesday Words: Shade by DS Maolalai
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from DS Maolalai, and one of his contributions to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions. DS Maolalai recently returned to Ireland after four years away, now spending his days working maintenance dispatch for a bank
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Wednesday Words: Homeostasis by Stacy Overby
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from our own Stacy Overby, and one of her contributions to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions. Stacy Overby is a columnist and graphic designer at www.ourwriteside.com. Her short stories and poems have been featured
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Wednesday Words: Ribbons by Rosa Marchisella
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from Rosa Marchisella, one of the contributors to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions. Rosa Marchisella is an author of both fiction and non-fiction books (under the name Rosa Arcade). Her other written work include
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Wednesday Words: A Song of the Sea Gods by Stacy Overby
Poetry Heidi Angell

Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! Today’s poem comes from Stacy Overby’s latest poetry collection, Scath Oran! Stacy Overby is a columnist and graphic designer at www.ourwriteside.com. Her short stories and poems have been featured in multiple anthologies, online, and in lit journals. Scath
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