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Poems on Simple Things (A poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Inspired by an dedicated to Emily Dickinson, who wrote so much poetry that her family apparently didn’t realize everything she had done until after she had passed away. It sounds as if, on inspecting her room, they became to find pieces here and there. Almost like a treasure hunt.] IContinue reading “Poems on Simple Things (A poem)”

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The Wonders of Impossible Things (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: It’s wonderful to be a writer!] It is wondrous    that we can write of impossible things Like a cloud which twists     into a happy face to make your day Or of birds     eager to wink at you as they sing of sunrises Because we are writers     Continue reading “The Wonders of Impossible Things (A Poem)”

Little Things (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Just a few simple thoughts…] A little wave can influence a costal shore                 since every gentle brush pulls grains of sand into the sea                 and delivers treasures from the deep onto the land A little water can give rise to a mighty tree                 given with patient fondnessContinue reading “Little Things (A Poem)”