Tag Archives: poetry

Creativity

By Abigail Edwards   Strains of music drift from the window Typewriter keys click-clicking away Colors and shapes taking the form of a quilt A burnished pot born out of shapeless clay   Wood carvings standing proud on the shelf Flower chains woven with tender care Paper planes and paper cranes folded and creased Handmade […]

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The Creative is You

By Ana Lewis I believe everyone is creative. The brilliant thing about creativity is that it looks different on everyone. Respecting and allowing your own creativity to bloom is sometimes a challenging thing, so I thought I would write about how I let my creativity monster on the loose. Here are certain practices I live […]

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Strength of A Woman

Photo by JR Korpa on Unsplash   By Abigail Edwards   She walks a road that winds have weathered and lonely sands have torn Some pass her by, assuming a mirage in summer morn Some see flaws in her porcelain shell and offer pity, counsel, glue And she, the porcelain diamond, welcomes all but embraces few   Her […]

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