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Nancy Sikora

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cross-stitch

2018-10-11
Sometimes falling out of the tree is a "consummation devoutly to be wished."


cross-stitch

2018-10-11
Sometimes falling out of the tree is a "consummation devoutly to be wished."


how do i miss thee

2018-10-11
How much easier life would be if we could just stop "missing."


Resolved

2018-07-28
Perfect mood for this weather.


on meditation

2018-07-28
Sometimes what is on the inside is just as important as what is on the outside.


[title censored] (content may be offensive to some)

2017-05-10
Ow.


everything is small

2017-05-09
A lovely painting of togetherness; of touching and being touched.


Like a mountain.

2017-05-09
I really like they rhythm and repeating elements in this.


Do You Know it?

2017-05-09
Then I should read Moliere; because there is no one else to save me.


Sunday Morning

2017-04-17
It struck a chord for me, too. A beautiful image of Spring.


Mercy

2017-04-17
I love the last line!


SPLASH

2017-04-11
Souls are like kitchen sinks, no sooner do you get them clean then there is another dirty coffee mug and spoon.


on the isle of corfu

2017-04-11
Sometimes one needs... to GTF out of Dodge.

;-)


silent as spring rain.

2017-04-11
Very pretty poem, lovely images.


Butterflies by Ann Wood

2017-04-11
Very peaceful.


THE TEENAGES COMEING OF AGE 1950s!

2017-04-11
We've forgotten, all, how to make music together, just for fun.


Life Out of Rubble

2017-04-11
Very well written, wonderful images and metaphors. And sad.


A Night At the Opera With Andrea Bocelli

2017-04-07
I'm not an opera gal, but I understand the sentiments completely.


prelude to a nocturne

2017-04-07
If it's real love... even if there is a little accidental remark, you can still love the night away.


Lion in a Hat

2017-04-07
I'm thinking of possibly eliminating the first line.


Sadness by Ann Wood

2017-04-07
Our ghosts are good company; they are there when we need them and fade back into the corners when we don't.


Shine from the inside out.

2017-04-07
A very dreamy poem, I love the cadence of it.


Love Life

2017-04-07
How beautiful, and intimate. I love the imagery in the second stanza, the lake and moon and breath.


On Writing

2016-10-09
This is so true. You've caught it exactly.


Experimental Poetry

2016-07-11
I should try it, because organized poetry escapes me right now.


repose

2016-07-11
A picture of peace, you paint with words. I can see it in my mind.


~Seashore Skin~

2016-05-23
Full of sensual imagery.


Sonnet Re-write

2016-05-23
A beautiful sonnet with wonderful images. Sonnets aren't easy. This one flows very well.


The Hope of Holes by Daisy Wilson age 9 (granddaughter of KL)

2016-05-22
"I tripped on a rock of lies"-- that is my favorite part. This is a wonderful poem and you are wise beyond your years.


The Overnight Ferry

2016-05-22
You've caught the magic of ships and seas beautifully.


Nothing But Time

2016-05-22
The best relationships are like that.


The Transit of Mercury

2016-05-20
"A dithering dot, a stuttering spot..." I love it. Poor Mercury.


DAY LIGHT - SANDS OF TIME!

2016-05-19
For some reason this reminds me of the soap opera my grandmother used to watch. "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives."


Bridge Over the Unadilla

2016-05-19
With the creek and the suds and the vets and the truck talk you caught this part of New York perfectly. Although, at first I wondered why the veterinarians were wearing green jackets instead of coveralls. Ohhh, THAT kind of vets. Lol.


Face Down

2016-05-18
I agree with Lawrence about the bitterness, it comes through beautifully.


Dust Bowls

2016-05-18
Beautifully "in the moment." And somehow, for me, this conjures up Renaissance-like images: a canopy bed, red velvet, a silver chalice.


Epitaph

2016-05-18
So very sad.


Met Kiss

2016-05-18
Lots of sensual, warm images in this one; and I keep thinking of the word "entwine." Which, I suppose, could be an alternate title.


my heaven, my hell

2016-04-29
"lowe's, home depot, and four local hardware stores
have exactly the wrong thing, which colin accepts with equanimity"-- that was my favorite part. I often find myself in that exact situation, where all the stores have exactly the wrong thing, but I don't accept it with equanimity.

It seems to me that the spoonfuls of despair contain a much longer acting medicine than the spoonfuls of bliss.


sorting it out

2016-04-19
It's always hard to be the person who has to do the "getting over."


The Sundry Wilderness of a Plastic Sunflower

2016-04-13
A wonderful story, the words paint the images so beautifully.


Woman

2016-04-10
I love the flow and rhythm of this and the "feminine" images.


COS - HE'S ME MATE!

2016-04-10
The love of friendship is one of the most enduring there is.


Little Jack

2016-04-08
So the answer to all my woes is to burn my thumb in a Christmas Pie?


Change of Heart

2016-04-05
I love it!


Who am I?

2016-04-02
"until me ran out" is such a good phrase. It can happen from trying to be more like someone or it can happen for other reasons; we lose ourselves.


WARNING don't read this

2016-04-02
I consider myself duly warned. I'm not worried.


SO I'M A REVOLUTIONARY! POINT BEEING?

2016-03-27
The computer is mightier than the assault rifle (the modern version of "the pen is mightier than the sword?)


Secret Love

2016-03-27
It happens.

Love is a curious thing. Apparently it causes people to hit each other with rolling pins.


Italian Sodas in Thirty Four Flavors

2016-03-26
"He was a changeling, separated at birth from his own identity." Wonderful line. I think that happens to a lot of people.