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Poems by Julia A. Keirns

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07/08/2020 Hear Me Now 29 Rhyme
07/07/2020 Winter 30 Rhyme
07/06/2020 Please Don't Let Me Die 18 Rhyme
07/06/2020 Hour-glass 22 Rhyme
07/06/2020 Whatever I Be 30 Rhyme
07/06/2020 A Son 17 Free verse
07/06/2020 Alone 22 Rhyme
07/06/2020 My Only Gift 17 Rhyme
07/06/2020 Tuesday 22 Rhyme
07/06/2020 High School 29 Rhyme
07/06/2020 The Train 18 Rhyme
07/06/2020 My Everything, My Life 22 Rhyme
06/30/2020 Date Night in a Boat 28 Rhyme
06/25/2020 Uncertain Times 62 Rhyme
06/25/2020 Beginning to End 49 Rhyme
06/24/2020 Volcanoes 63 Free verse
06/24/2020 Myriad 53 Rhyme
06/24/2020 Freedom Flag 88 Rhyme
06/24/2020 Basic Needs 60 Rhyme
06/23/2020 Bluebird in the Tree 59 Rhyme
06/22/2020 Imperfections 68 Free verse
06/20/2020 The Value of History 69 Free verse
06/12/2020 The Coral Reefs are Dying 70 Rhyme
06/12/2020 The Ultimate Goal 62 Rhyme
06/11/2020 Fishing Friday 60 Rhyme
06/11/2020 Living 63 Free verse
06/11/2020 Purpose 98 Rhyme
06/09/2020 The Storm 98 Rhyme
06/09/2020 Out of Time 52 Free verse
06/09/2020 Running 47 Free verse
06/09/2020 Nature Haiku 53 Haiku
06/09/2020 One Haiku 53 Haiku
06/09/2020 Priorities Haiku 48 Haiku
06/09/2020 Walking Haiku 40 Haiku
06/06/2020 Diamonds in the Grass 53 Rhyme
06/06/2020 What in the World 46 Rhyme
06/06/2020 Catalpa Trees Bloom in June 126 Rhyme
06/05/2020 Words of Summer 46 Acrostic
06/05/2020 Time 83 Rhyme
06/05/2020 Writer's Block 35 Acrostic
06/05/2020 It Won't Make A Difference 92 Free verse
06/05/2020 Morning on the Deck 42 Rhyme
06/05/2020 Give Your Heart to Jesus 44 Rhyme
06/05/2020 I Had A Thought 35 Free verse
06/05/2020 Listening 39 Free verse
06/05/2020 My Son 42 Rhyme
06/05/2020 The Writer 35 Free verse
06/04/2020 Writing 52 Free verse
06/04/2020 Teach Me To Live 42 Rhyme
06/04/2020 This Is My Creation 31 Rhyme
06/04/2020 The Rose 48 Rhyme
06/04/2020 I Had A Dream 47 Rhyme
06/04/2020 To Love You All the Way 53 Rhyme
06/04/2020 Dedication to My Father 43 Free verse
06/04/2020 Thank You 42 Rhyme
06/04/2020 Evil 37 Free verse
06/04/2020 Death 46 Rhyme
06/02/2020 Let Me In 44 Rhyme
06/02/2020 Mountains 37 Rhyme
06/02/2020 The Fight 31 Rhyme
06/02/2020 One Million Rocks 43 Rhyme
06/02/2020 But In My Eyes 39 Rhyme
06/02/2020 Quietly 62 Rhyme
06/02/2020 Upon the Ship 49 Rhyme
06/02/2020 This Mother's Prayer 40 Rhyme
06/02/2020 A Little Girl 54 Rhyme
06/02/2020 Flowers 43 Rhyme
06/01/2020 Living, Writing, Reading 56 Haiku
06/01/2020 Fishing Haiku 60 Haiku
06/01/2020 A Baby Deer 59 Rhyme
06/01/2020 The Old Red Barn 122 Free verse
06/01/2020 Seasons 58 Rhyme
06/01/2020 Together in Grief 43 Free verse
06/01/2020 Reflections Within 90 Free verse
06/01/2020 Poetry 67 Free verse
06/01/2020 Animals 69 Rhyme
06/01/2020 Infinity 57 Rhyme


Quote Left Reading is dreaming with eyes wide open. Quote Right
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Quote Left Learn to see the world for what you know it can be, not just for what you see on the surface. Quote Right
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Quote Left History might not be pretty, but it needs to be remembered. Quote Right
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Quote Left A writer can’t be a writer without an editor to publish his work, and an editor can’t be an editor without a writer’s work to publish. Quote Right
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Quote Left Roses are like humans. The older they become the more beautiful their bloom. Quote Right
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Hello. My name is Julia A. Keirns and I have been a writer for as long as I can remember. I am about to be 56 years old and had my first poem published when I was only 17 (of course under my maiden name). I have been married (to the same man) for 34 years. We have three wonderful children and 5 beautiful grandchildren. Our lives are full.

The years of life have kept me busy with jobs, marriage, kids and everything in between. So, for the most part, I have not always been focused on my writing. It is finally that time of life for me.

This biography is written in June 2020 and I am in my final class of my Associate of Arts Degree and will finish in July with a 4.0. I am also currently enrolled at SNHU to get a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and English. I expect my writing to only get better.

My language is simple, I write from the heart. I am a little old school and tend to write a lot of rhyme. I love writing stories and poetry for children and hope someday to have more of that published. I have also written for four local newspapers for the past three years and did have my own weekly column, but was “let go” due to lack of advertising when the coronavirus issue began in March. I am good at nonfiction and feature articles about people and animals and love hearing other people’s stories. I have also discovered an intriguing interest in history. After all, the past is where we came from. I hope others will read something I have written and find joy and meaning in it for themselves.

Please check out my freelance writer website at 

The goal is simply to write.