memomuse

Writer, photographer, poet, and pirate
This is my main Tumblr blog and it will tell you where you can find me and my projects on the web.
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An Old Tractor

An old tractor shed

frames the Colorado Rockies

old wooden pillars open

my eyes to the blue

sky clear like a

candle’s care.

The moon hangs high

revealing the ripeness

it had a week ago.

The peace and quiet of

the West is hard to

capture in words

I write knee crouched

to avoid rattlers.

Although the old

shed is inviting, she

hesitates with an invitation

knowing I am alone

My shadow…

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Ticket to Your Dreams

Originally posted on edtechdigest.com:

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Chase JarvisIn 2010, renownedsports photographer Chase Jarvis partnered with Craig Swanson to create an online space where professional photographers could teach specific skills in multi-day seminars to aspiring photographers via live video. The…

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memomuse:

I think this poem is fitting to the theme of depression as the news of Robin Williams haunts us all under this August Super Moon.

Originally posted on The Original Journal Project:

Donation to God poem by memomse

I wrote this. Yep, me, the creator of The Original Journal.

I have no idea what original journal it is in. I typed it up to be clever one day and the poem strip was in an envelope I recently found sorting…

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Originally posted on The Original Journal Project:

Donation to God poem by memomse

I wrote this. Yep, me, the creator of The Original Journal.

I have no idea what original journal it is in. I typed it up to be clever one day and the poem strip was in an envelope I recently found sorting through a clutter (hoarder) box.

Happy Monday. Please tell one person about this project (that friend of yours who carries around a…

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Riding into the Sunset and Sunrise

This post was written on my first day in Guildford, England.  I arrived July 9. I left Raleigh July 8. It was strange seeing the sunset and then the sunrise three hours later.

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I have landed safely in London. It has been a roller coaster of emotions. I still have not adjusted to the time change, but hope to feel better by morning. We had a tour of campus (University of Surrey), went grocery…

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