Posts Categorized: Poetry

In Honor of William Carlos Williams

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And in the wake of National Poetry Writing Month. Here is a poem by our very own Linda Lambert   But first… The Red Wheelbarrow (1923) by William Carlos Williams   so much depends upon   a red wheel barrow   glazed with rain water                                                            beside the white chickens.   FOR THE RED WHEELBARROW […]

The Shape of the Soul

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For Easter, we wanted to feature a poem by one of our members who offers some thoughts on the question: What is the shape of the soul? Rody Rowe says he awoke with these words on his heart. Thank you, Rody, for sharing this meditation with us. “The Shape of the Soul” for John Doerper […]

Two Poems, Two Dedications

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RWB writer Susan Chase-Foster has a knack for poetry. Saturday at happy hour, she gave us a reading of two new pieces dedicated to two special women. The first is for her daughter, a newly graduated surgeon. The second is a tribute to Laura Kalpakian’s fun story, El Rancho Stucco.       Doc Talk […]