This collection of poems is representative of my crazy patch life, some bright and new, some showing their age, some seemingly finding their way here from an alternate universe. Just as our lives twist and turn on a whim, so does this poetry patchwork.
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Psalm 34:5 - Those who look to Him for help will be radiant with joy; no shadow of shame will darken their faces.
Good morning, This is God. I will be handling all of your problems today. I will not need your help, so have a miraculous day.
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The poems in "Idle Thoughts" are presented with special thanks to the Poem of the Day Yahoo group where George Smith helps get our creative juices flowing each April and November by sharing daily poetry prompts from Robert Lee Brewer's Poetic Asides blog
Without his help, I would write very little and spend all my time quilting or playing games on my Kindle. As I have mentioned in other notes, I am not a driven poet, but a driven quilter and part time poet! Included here are personal reflections, thoughts on writing, the world around us, and a giggle or two to make you smile.
As the title of this book indicates, most of what I have written during the past year has been in response to weekly or daily poetry prompts provided by the good folks and readers of Robert Lee Brewer’s Poetic Asides Blog on the web at www.writersdigest.com.
As I age, time speeds by and thoughts slow to a crawl. Bear with me and I hope you enjoy the poems of 2013.