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Merril D. Smith
Historian, author, editor, and poet. Most recent books: Encyclopedia of Rape and Sexual Violence and Rape Cultures and Survivors. Trying to maintain hope.
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Musings, always a delight. Dreams of Generations via
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Thanks so much, Dale!
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Congratulations!
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Colleen's 2019 Tuesday Challenge Recap No. 136, via
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Marie Bailey Jul 21
Two Poems by Merril D. Smith in Black Bough Poetry via
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Thanks so much for sharing, Marie!
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Laurie Buchanan, PhD 🚲 🌱🧘🖊️🙏📖 🐾 Jul 21
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Thanks so much, Laurie!
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Merril D. Smith Jul 21
A day late with my message from the magnetic Oracle.
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Kathleen Pooler Jul 20
Two Poems Up in Black Bough Poetry via
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Black Bough Poetry Jul 20
This is Issue 2 poet Polly Oliver who read the news all day yesterday on The Wave Radio and featured Black Bough as a local story. Polly also wrote an online article, which featured ’s Apollo 11 poem. What a kind thing to do. Virtual high five from all of us.
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Robert Macfarlane Jul 20
Word of the day: “hoom” -- to grow dark, to grow dusk (Scots, esp. Northern Isles; from Old Norse hum, twilight). Thus “hoomin”, twilight, gloaming, esp. the early twilight; as opposed to “mirknin”, which is the close of the twilight, as dusk cedes to full dark.
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Merril D. Smith Jul 21
Weekend Writing Prompt #115 - Judge via
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JessThayil Jul 20
I have 3 new poems in the new issue of Black Bough which released some hours ago One of them is the title poem for this space & cosmos-themed issue There's also this interview with me, if you didn't catch it yet & want to read it. Hit the link in the tweet below for the PDF
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Ann-Marie Foster Jul 20
Here's my poem "Mother" from the edition from Thanks to Matthew and his team for their support and congruatulations to all the other poets in this beautiful creation. x
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Merril D. Smith Jul 20
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Thank you, Luanne!
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