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Poems by Nancy Kaufman

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03/02/2024 Are you a bad guy ? 196 Rhyme
03/01/2024 A whack a doodle day 193 Light Verse
02/29/2024 Blah Blah Blah 95 Political Verse
02/28/2024 Froggy people 54 Light Verse
02/28/2024 The migration of birds 62 Rhyme
02/27/2024 Once upon a day 55 Rhyme
02/26/2024 The heart of our democracy 147 Political Verse
02/25/2024 An ice maiden came 377 Rhyme
02/22/2024 It made me twitch 58 Light Verse
02/20/2024 The world watches and waits 711 Political Verse
02/16/2024 As good as it gets 112 Light Verse
02/15/2024 Overstocked 59 Political Verse
02/14/2024 It was one of those days 80 Rhyme
02/12/2024 Our gentleman caller 60 Lento
02/10/2024 My cat's mascot 80 Light Verse
02/09/2024 The hot air balloon 106 Political Verse
02/07/2024 Gods plan 91 Narrative
02/07/2024 A paper tree 188 Rhyme
02/04/2024 Taking yoga with a goat 106 Rhyme
02/01/2024 The river was swollen 93 Rhyme
01/30/2024 A cat's perspective 129 Light Verse
01/29/2024 She ate the bread 97 Rhyme
01/27/2024 My Griffin 151 Elegy
01/26/2024 Cheers to cheerios 81 Light Verse
01/26/2024 I'll come with poetry 125 Light Verse
01/22/2024 Shingles doesn't care 135 Light Verse
01/22/2024 Wednesday Thursday 77 Light Verse
01/19/2024 A poetry war 145 Rhyme
01/18/2024 America, we proudly sing 83 Rhyme
01/16/2024 Did you drink the bleach 176 Political Verse
01/15/2024 Non-violence, their common thread 142 Rhyme
01/13/2024 Swatting, a national disgrace 127 Rhyme
01/04/2024 Jiggety Jig 102 Light Verse
12/31/2023 My 120 pound house guest 110 Light Verse
12/16/2023 Israel Israel 197 Political Verse
12/11/2023 Two church mice 185 Narrative
12/11/2023 He tossed his happiness 127 Light Verse
11/28/2023 Winter throes 153 Rhyme
11/23/2023 The elevator man 172 Rhyme
11/19/2023 The shampoo special 111 Rhyme
11/19/2023 Samantha the cat and my gas bill 140 Rhyme
11/17/2023 I called Mr Macy 147 Rhyme
11/17/2023 Penelope pens 102 Light Verse
11/15/2023 The transition 129 Rhyme
11/15/2023 Dream Catchers 112 Rhyme
11/11/2023 She sucks the oxygen from the room 151 Rhyme
11/06/2023 Lessons Learned 87 Rhyme
11/05/2023 Tethered 109 Rhyme
11/03/2023 One More Day 153 Rhyme
10/31/2023 Freedom 86 Political Verse
10/27/2023 Stick People Dancing In the Rain 71 Light Verse
10/23/2023 Those Candles We Light 103 Political Verse
10/22/2023 Knock Knock Knock 94 Light Verse
10/13/2023 The Sanctity of Sleep 162 Rhyme
10/01/2023 Dear Calico Cat 177 Light Verse
09/30/2023 Whose Got the Money Honey 202 Light Verse
09/29/2023 Those Terrible Twos 99 Political Verse
09/27/2023 Death Doesn'T Know Compromise 111 Rhyme
09/27/2023 My Tool Box 103 Rhyme
09/25/2023 Finding a Common Thread 90 Rhyme
09/22/2023 Those Random Acts of Kindness 112 Light Verse
09/22/2023 Living With a Visiting Ghost 161 Light Verse
09/20/2023 May I Have Your Attention Please 113 Light Verse
09/18/2023 Bills Janes and Bobs 102 Light Verse
09/15/2023 Free Hugging Stations 146 Rhyme
09/14/2023 A New World Order 86 Light Verse
09/13/2023 The Dread of Winter 67 Rhyme
09/12/2023 She Did It Again 79 Light Verse
09/11/2023 The Ultimate Climax 143 Rhyme
09/09/2023 Little White Feet 112 Light Verse
09/08/2023 Just a Thought 71 Lento
09/07/2023 On Becoming a Dog 91 Light Verse
09/05/2023 The Blame Game 116 Light Verse
08/31/2023 A Sippy Cup 101 Light Verse
08/29/2023 If Jesus Were Running In 2024 272 Light Verse
08/29/2023 Look For My Cave 138 Light Verse
08/18/2023 Some Where In the Fog 162 Light Verse
08/16/2023 Bullies 108 Rhyme
08/11/2023 God Whispers 115 Light Verse
08/10/2023 The Rain 95 Light Verse
08/09/2023 Our Fragile Democracy 90 Political Verse
08/07/2023 Boo Hoo Deja Vu 137 Political Verse
08/01/2023 Our Choices 129 Light Verse
07/23/2023 Fellow Leos 109 Rhyme
07/13/2023 Unburdened 90 Light Verse
07/11/2023 Testosterone 149 Light Verse
07/11/2023 Do I Need To Write a Thank You Note 297 Light Verse
07/10/2023 The Clock Has Struck 148 Light Verse
07/09/2023 A Different Meter 89 Light Verse
07/07/2023 Peanut Butter and Jelly 208 Rhyme
07/07/2023 The Dawn 161 Light Verse
07/06/2023 Green Eyes Like My Cat 238 Light Verse
07/06/2023 Roe Vs Wade 398 Rhyme
07/05/2023 Kicked To the Curb 282 Light Verse
07/04/2023 Look To the Stars 334 Rhyme
07/03/2023 Please Release My Ashes 277 Light Verse
06/25/2023 God Is Great 312 Light Verse
06/23/2023 How Many More Peace Keepers 416 Narrative
06/20/2023 Two Boxes Please 230 Light Verse
06/20/2023 Hiss, Hiss, Hiss 240 Light Verse
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Quotes

Quote Left Learn to love others beyond their ability to love you back. Quote Right
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Quote Left Strive to leave a place better than you found it. Quote Right
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Born in Washington D.C., I was raised in Silver Spring Maryland. I left home in my teenage years to work in New York City and the National Audubon Society and attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts part time. While living in New York City, I met my first husband who was fresh from the former Yugoslavia. We both left New York and relocated to Massachusettes where I worked with adults with special needs and my first child was born. I returned to the Maryland area to be near my parents and resided in Bowie Maryland. Unfortunately, my marriage ended in a divorce a few years later. I later met my second husband when we were both working with adults with special needs. I returned to college and studied criminal justice but after working in the field briefly, did not feel it was a good fit.I became pregnant with my seonc child. I worked a variety of clerical jobs while pursueing my bachelors in sociology part time. After completing my degree, I worked as a manager of serveral group homes while my spouse finished his master's degree and became a school social worker. After our children were raised, I decided to study massage and became a massage therapist. My elderly father lived with us four months out of the year and I liked having a more flexible work schedule so that he and I could spend more quality time together. During this time my husband and I traaveled to Costa Rica, Scotland and Mexico. I also traveled to Amsterdam and India. After my father passed away, I took my husband to Italy for the summer. My second marriage ended due to personal reasons I'd rather not discuss, however, we are still very close friends. I relocated to West Virginia in 2016 and worked with youth in therapeutic placement. I also worked as a massage therapist part time. In March of this year, I relocated to Pennsylvania and am currently working part time as a counselor to adults with special needs. Since I was a child I have always loved writing poetry and am greatly enjoying the poetry soup web site.