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Poems by Karen Ruff

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Date PostedPoem Title# ViewsForm
04/15/2014Antiques not for Sale66Blank verse
04/15/2014Eliza's Escape200Narrative
03/22/2014Left Behind385Sonnet
03/20/2014Just a Soldier104Free verse
02/17/2014We Will Not Comply338Sonnet
02/09/2014The Child and the Flower165Rhyme
02/07/2014Lives, Fortunes, and Sacred Honor70Free verse
02/01/2014The Adirondacks62Free verse
01/31/2014Upon Watching Children in a TireSwing63Free verse
01/26/2014Someone Lives, Greater than Ourselves160Sonnet
01/18/2014Connections55Free verse
01/17/2014Love's Fashion Model247Free verse
01/14/2014The Violation of a Secret Place65Free verse
01/13/2014Negative Poles251Concrete
01/12/2014Growing Pains357Concrete
01/12/2014Concrete poem--No title244Concrete
01/11/2014Abalone Song73Free verse
01/10/2014Relief of the Autistic Child63Blank verse
01/09/2014The Rocking Chair168Rhyme
01/08/2014Seasonal Sigh205Free verse
01/07/2014A Sweetheart for Duck343Rhyme
01/06/2014The Green Pepper134Free verse
01/05/2014Inside my Computer288Free verse
01/04/2014The Cedar Tree177Blank verse
01/02/2014Searching Profiles121Free verse
01/01/2014To An Online Friend88Free verse
01/01/2014Coloring Book145Free verse
12/31/2013In Memory of Jim Cooney131Free verse
12/31/2013Improvements138Free verse

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