Author Archives: leewaggoner
Memories float around my head like the soft snow flakes outside – making their way down to the ground only showing themselves briefly. One of them stopped just long enough for me to recognize its significance, the scene was my … Continue reading
Today, I embark on a poetry challenge that I have wanted to participate in for years, the 30 poems in 30 days challenge to celebrate April’s National Poetry Month Movement. I hope you find yourself surrounded by poetry, poetry readings, … Continue reading
I just started a new book, “The Power of Touch,” by Phyllis R. Davis, Ph.D. and just have to share a poem she wrote about the subject. Very engaging subject. Please Touch Me! If I am your baby, please touch … Continue reading
Do you need love? Why? Why not? Psychologists and relational experts regularly report that humans need love, in one form or another. Some need more than others, depending on their personalities and life experiences. But, do YOU need love? When … Continue reading
through the hard times, through the rough times, no matter what times these is, there is always times for music.
Piercing to the touch the thorns He bore cut deep, growing tall like every tree these roots do gently weep. Nimbly knives separate thin branches for crafting something light, wishing to be rid of stresses these thorns deliver their plight. … Continue reading
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