lucindaclaire’s Profile

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  • Age: 63
  • Location: Excelsior, MN
  • Gender: Female
  • Country: US
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Biography

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.

Sincerely and with warm regards,
Lucindaclaire

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PoetWithCancer profile comment

09-19-2010

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

knight4696 profile comment

01-01-2010

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

knight4696 profile comment

12-23-2009

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

Poetry is what is lost in translation.

Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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