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willow1945
San Francisco Bay Area

Bio: I have a poetry blog called A life in Poems: https://alifeinpoems.wordpress.com/ I'm also the author of a children's fantasy novel, Tirissa and the Necklace of Nulidor.

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  1. Willow, thank you for liking my post on “Lighthouse”. I also have written a middle grade children’s book and write poetry. The wordpress blog I use for themes such as love, past lives, philosophy, and emotions is on the wordpress (for the most part) is http://www.bymoonlight.net. I was thrilled to find your site and I thank you for it. It was just what I was looking for.

  2. Nice to meet you. So nice to cross paths with you. ❤ Laurie

  3. Thanks for calling in and looking at my work, it also of course has pointed me in the direction of your good works. I like your poetry very much and I’ll be back to read more soon. ❤

  4. Thank you for visiting my blog and for liking one of my posts. I hope you will come again some time. Blessings, Natalie 🙂

  5. Hello! I’ve nominated you for the Lovely Blog award because you have a lovely blog! No obligation to participate – just want to send a little traffic your way. 🙂

    http://kateloveton.wordpress.com/2014/08/24/its-delightful-its-delicious-its-de-lovely/

    • Kate, how nice of you! Ironically, it comes at a time when I’ve decided to stop posting my poetry on the blog–I’ll post something today about it, but basically, I’ve decided that I want to be published by poetry magazines and they won’t take anything published anywhere, including a blog. But thank you so much for thinking of me and doing me this honor!

  6. How is your writing going, my friend? I miss your sensitive, lovely poetry. If you publish, I’ll be first in line to purchase and read! I hope you had a happy Thanksgiving. 🙂

    • Hi, Kate, I had a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends. I keep meaning to post about what I’m doing with poetry right now, which is that I’m being mentored by a poet who has a publishing company, is published himself, and puts on conferences for poets aspiring to be published. He’s very good, very helpful, and I’m getting a lot out of it, even though he’s not prompt in sending his comments. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving too!

  7. Thank you for dropping by Malcolm’s Corner and liking ‘In Praise of Depression’.

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