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BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 4h ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 28

Poem 28 Alarm By Michelle Garren Flye   Wake up! Because the birds are singing. Wake up! And see the flowers bloom. Wake up! Because it’s fading away…   Endangered becomes extinct, Ices melt...
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 1d ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 27

It’s Poem in Your Pocket Day. Here’s a poem. Just saying. Poem 27 The Last Word By Michelle Garren Flye   I left a new book on the dock yesterday. And by the time I returned, Rain had fallen...
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 2d ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 26

Poem 26 Horsehair and Sheep Gut By Michelle Garren Flye   Why does the violin make me feel Strong and free—and right? Horsehair draws across sheep gut strings And my heart wants to take flig...
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 2d ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 25

Poem 25 In Over Your Head By Michelle Garren Flye   You miss solid ground beneath your feet, But paddle gamely on. Your resolve is still intact— You’ll never admit defeat.   But the waves ar...
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 4d ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 24

I had some fun with this one. 🙂   Poem 24 Headline Design By Michelle Garren Flye   Little bits, pieces. Unimportant on the floor. Haircuts for the news.   Is that the story? Which words are...
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 4d ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 23

Poem 23 On Leaving the Beach By Michelle Garren Flye Beds are made, towels and sheets washed. One more walk. One more chance for sandy feet. Watch the waves lap the shore, Foam curls around ...
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 6d ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 22

Poem 22 Earth Day By Michelle Garren Flye Environmental Awareness. Please face Reality about our Terra firma Haven. Don’t destroy it. Always guard Your home.
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 6d ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 21

Poem 21 Living in Eden By Michelle Garren Flye What if God didn’t cast Adam and Eve Out of the garden of Eden? What if He just stretched it To make room for their family? What if The beach y...
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 1W ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 20

Poem 20 Human Rights By Michelle Garren Flye Defend their rights As if they were your own, Because they are. Stand up for their beliefs As if you believed the same, Because you do. Embrace t...
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye · 1W ago

National Poetry Month: Poem 19

Poem 19 Pent Up By Michelle Garren Flye   Like a freight train Running inside my chest. Like rain falling into my eyeballs. Gritted teeth and short of breath, I struggle to recall The calm O...