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Blazing New Trails
by Regina Puckett

55 Poems by award winning author, Regina Puckett.

The Afternoon Blaze

The sky was aflame with towering clouds of fire
Its warnings appeared to be a poetic, sunlit pyre
Red and orange against billowing whites and grays
Creating the late afternoon’s most dazzling blaze
 

Sleeping Through the Beauty

What the Heart Knows

Concealed in my Heart

Short Tales of Horror Part II

My Imagination Dreams

Hearts on Fire

Paying the Hitchhiker

Ours

Enlightened

Once Upon a Modern Time

Caterpillar Wants to be a Cow

Here Among the Ruins

Falling for Cindy Fellars

The Beauty in the Beast

I Will Breath

Balloon Wishes

Finding Liberty

The Liberty and Forbidden Collection

Enclosed in this Heart

The Monster under the Bed
 
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