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April 18 Poetry Challenge The Daughter Land Map

The Daughter Land Map It shows everything and nothing the terrain steep–so much to climb through in hardly enough space to breathe there are rocks and cliffs and a river somewhere on a distant valley floor. Did I bring the … Continue reading

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Vagabond, a year

It’s been a year since I heard her voice. It was straight and sober for a moment. But, It wasn’t hopeful. I said, Happy Birthday– may you have a better year. There was a chuckle A heh heh. Yeah, you … Continue reading

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Vagabond (children & sisters)

I make it home alone after 13 hours of driving in the dark night. We barely stopped to eat or drink. My sister used her last bit of cash for a motel room in Quincy (she’ll stay in motels for … Continue reading

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FRC Students Celebrate Poetry Month

This month the Feather River College community is celebrating national poetry month by posting their favorite poems by others, favorite poetry links, and poems that they’ve written themselves on our school blog The Plumas Weekly. Send your poems and favorite … Continue reading

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