Barbara Meyers, Author – March 2013 Newsletter

First off, right after I posted the February newsletter, The Ledger published one of my Dr. Suess-like poems in its “Write-On” section. The link is below if you want to read it. I have to say I like a local newspaper interested in the happenings and talents of the local…

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Everyday Poetry – 3

Some More Snippets of Everyday Poetry: My Husband The Car  ©2011 by Barbara Meyers  I walk around him and I check him out This isn’t a used car I’m talking about Although I’m sure he’s been driven before He’s on the used lot, traded in once more I had my…

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Everyday Poetry – 2

Everyday Poetry –  THIN AGAIN © 2010 by Barbara Meyers  My skirt is too tight, oh what have I done? That party last night I shouldn’t have gone. Or if I went I shouldn’t have eaten. Those dieting rules?  They’ve all been beaten. The waistline I discovered just recently Is…

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Everyday Poetry -1

Recently, I’ve begun to write poetry.  I don’t know where the inspiration comes from, but Dr. Seuss-like rhyming schemes appear in my head in short, quick bursts.  If I don’t write them down quickly, I forget them.  They are about odd, everyday subjects ranging from the frustration of being a…

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