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A Start Again...(I Green-Dreamed Again Last Night)

two out of three people

Lonesome Love

All The Changing....


Night Train

Some Children Have Nightmares (tentative title)

Home, Ghuey, Sweet Home

A Dog Should Have His Tail...

Enough to Clear The Clouds Away 4/13/2019

Checking Out


Hope Is Sometimes The Best Of All You've Got (definition poem)

Last Night

Someone Send Out A Search Party

Crows...writing exercise in honor of April /National Poetry month


Only The Choice To Be

When People Go

The Day You Left (Words From A Half-Remembered Dream)

Wake Wake Wake

It Is In The Rain

Dream Goblins Of The Night

Wake And Remember

Unwelcomed Like So Much Unfinished Business

In March (Finally, Spring 2016)

All For Algernon

Weak In The Knees

The Finisher's Song

Nothing's Sadder Than A Rose

All Beings Considered

This Is It

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so much love contained
stripes stretched
well beyond capacity
you fill my arms
and then some
when i hold you
there is barely room
for my chin
your size has more than twice doubled
since you were a little kit
i could not help but look into you
your gaze so steady you brought me in
and i beheld the heart of a lion
Right then I envisioned us
together, growing fatter and
very very very old.

For Kitty Loaf
Copyright April 9 2012 All rights reserved by the author
because cats can't write poetry (yet) as they have no opposable(forgive the slaughtered
spelling which alas, poor spellcheck couldn't rememdy) thumbs
Melissa A Howells Meloo of Tilt-a-World

Loaf would be pleased to know that 284 readers
have come to know her through this poem.
She was a source of great joy and much
happiness to Julia and her family.
Now Loaf is with the Angels and most likely
hard at work acquiring her set of wings.

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