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Any suggestions as to how to improve or develop poetry writing. I write very spontaneously... but want to grow in my presentation of thoughts and ideas. THANKS!
Simple summer day
sipping soothing lemonade
heatís haze on highway 5
distant drone of life drives by
readerís digest tales in lawn chairs
sun warmed tomatoes staining clothes
hand written notes on matching stationary
phone calls home
Cicadas buzz in willow trees
cows lunch on tender grass
Hazy shimmer heat waves
fresh mown hay
call in talk shows on transistor radio
interspersed with conversations
of not much
evening falls nightime brings
sheet lightening over farm fields
flies trapped in window pane
rumpled blankets sticky heat
sleep wonít come
alone in silent attic room
Imaginationís heart beats
Then grandmaís bed and grandmaís voice
draws in, calms down, releases sleep
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