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Betsy’s Poetry.

For Memorial Day–”One-Eyed Jack”

One-Eyed Jack If you wanna hear some war tales go see one-eyed Jack you’ll find him near the steak house in the alleys ’round the back Everyone knows he’s a veteran of what, he never tells but there’s glory in … Continue reading

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Better Nature

A┬áthousand compassionate prayers go spiraling into the heavens, disparate voices with one shared thought: worry for the welfare of a stranger. It is a┬ácommon effort, arising spontaneously without communication, without planning, minds and hearts blazing forth pure light– a communion … Continue reading

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The earth’s cup is overflowing with a healing draught for you there’s a wholeness Nature’s holding in the gray and green and blue Deep in hidden places is the tranquility you need to hear the perfect tapestry in the brush … Continue reading

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