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Trees – Poem – NaPoWriMo2013

One of my favorite things… Trees! Trees Majestic trees sway Dancing freely in the wind We should do the same   Stephen Kellogg – 2013 Advertisements

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Love missed but found – Poem inspired by a prompt

So I missed most of yesterday on WP but when I got on today, I saw this poetry prompt on Panda’s blog. Salt, River and Book, the theme infinite possibilities. As posted on Panda’s site: “Apparently Rambly posted another prompt. A group of us, Rambly, Susan, Prayer, Mimsy, Kellogg have … Continue reading

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Fall Beauty – Poem

Fall beauty Driving the roads through country side Marveling at the display of trees Golden leaves of sand marking time As they slip through skeleton fingers Stretched toward the sky   Stephen Kellogg – 2012

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Life in Death in Life – poetry reading

I’ve decided to go back and do a reading or two of some of my poetry. Here’s one that I wrote based on a painting. See the original post and painting that inspired the poem here. In short, the painting … Continue reading

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Morning… with a back porch dweller – Poem

Sunday morning I had some time so I grabbed a cup of coffee, my composition book and a pen and headed out to the back porch. I hope you can, at least in part, enjoy that wonderful world with me. … Continue reading

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Sitting – Poem and Reading by Stephen Kellogg – 2012

I wrote this poem during NaPoWriMo 2012 (original post here) and decided to do a reading / video for it. Somehow on export, the video and sound shifted a little. I think it still works fine but might update it … Continue reading

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Sitting – Poem – NaPoWriMo Day 18

I started this poem and as I was writing, I noticed that the stanzas started getting a little bigger (more lines each time) so I paused, reworked it a little and then emerged with the pattern. Start with one line … Continue reading

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