lucindaclaire’s Profile

  • Age: 65
  • Location: Excelsior, MN
  • Gender: Female
  • Country: US
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I have always loved to write be it letters, thank you notes, journal entries, poems, limericks, lyrics, assignments from school, and whatever comes through to my hands from my brain. I use writing like a catalyst to rid me of my small catastrophies, and large sometimes impractical solutions to every day dilemmas such as, "Now just where did I park my car?" My grandmother was a published author, as was my uncle. They always encouraged my writing habit as it is better than other addictions. I live in the world of Shakespear, Willa Cather, and The Good Doctor Suess.

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Dear Lucinda, / I love Shakespare, Willa Cather, and the good Dr. Seuss. Your biohere could mostly be mine. / It has been a long time since you commented on my poem "Thanksgiving" and now another one is coming up soon. I'm sorry to say that my holistic diet and detox did not work; an MRI showed that the cancer not only had not been cured, as my holistic physician was sure would happen, but that it had spread 4 mm. I should have gotten that carton of ice cream you told me to enjoy. / I don't want to disparage holistic diets and detox. Some people, apparently, have been saved by it. I just wasn't given the great grace of being one of them. / You mentioned in your comment lost lovers. I have a poem posted now called "Lovers." I hope you will read it. Now that I see your bio, I also think you might like and appreciate my poem "Art." / As you told me, my words will live on after me. So will yours. / God bless you. / --Michael LP, Mr. Poet

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HAPPY NEW YEARS LUCINDA! Here's to a spectacular 2010!! Cheers!

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Just wanted to stop by and wish you a Merry Christmas Lucinda! :) I hope you have a Great Holiday!

Poetry is either something that lives like fire inside you or else it is nothing, an empty formalized bore around which pedants can endlessly drone their notes and explanations.

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lucindaclaire’s Poems (32)

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L.A. Slick Chick Meets Uptown Urban Princess 11
Camp Out 9
November Rain 8
A Note To Nancy 3
Winter Came Early 5
Transcendence 5
Mommy BootCamp 6
So What Exactly is Christmas Supposed to Be About, Anyway? 4
From a Maiden Fallen From Grace 19
P. J. Day 4
Small words to Live By 6
Manic Depression: On the down-side 11
The Baby 1
New Shoes 2
Riding Backwards on the Ferris Wheel With Barbie Of All People 9
What Do Dogs Dream About? 8
Ode to Rita 5
I Guess 9
Sex Without Love 11
First Grade 6
The River 9
The Letter 8
Full Moon Blues 4
Fireplays 2
Two Hawks 6
For Jeanne 6
Wind Dance 5
November Days 4
Chicken Pox 4
Firefly 4
Goddess Worship 13
Hallow Eve 10