Category Archives: short poems

Little one

Who are you, little one, and where is your mother? Are you lost, or just exploring, as my children used to do? Is that your mother I hear calling? It must be, as you cock your head, turn and go. … Continue reading

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Blue sky

Outside, a clear blue sky, not a cloud anywhere, the bluest of blue lighted by a bright winter sun.  

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Crossing the racial and ethnic divide

Treat everyone you meet with dignity and respect. When others see difference, see how you connect.

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  Around me many voices chattering. In the background, someone sings 
Guantanamera.

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Days and Nights

The days move swiftly by while the nights move slowly and are filled with dreams.

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In his own world

Among a crowd of afternoon shoppers, a man in a blue-green shirt sits by himself tapping on a tiny glass screen  

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Poetry in motion

Not exactly poetry, but clearly motion.

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