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Friday, 22 November 2013

Keeping Involved

By Ross Middleton

I walk the streets I know
Near my home
Down the road
There are shops and cafes
I carry my cotton shopping bag
And in it sometimes I secrete my notebooks
Reams of poems
And occasionally I read them to friends
People I know
And am usually well received

Other avenues are technological
Emails to friends and relatives
Or typed pages
Giving out a few
To those I think might be interested

There is an audience out there
If you care enough to try

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Posted by Ronni Bennett at 05:30 AM | Permalink | Email this post


I think a poem is a lovely gift
and I have a friend who occasionally does that for me.
Keep 'em coming!

Thankyou, Marcy.

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