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Poems by Carolyn Fish

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11/23/2018 A Detroiter's Thanksgiving 256 Rhyme
11/23/2018 We Done Been Fooled 250 Rhyme
11/23/2018 The Pond 380 Rhyme
11/18/2018 Artifex Insomnes 289 Free verse
11/18/2018 Dance 787 Free verse
11/12/2018 Birthday Poem to Charlie 310 Rhyme
11/12/2018 Elle to Abe 329 Ballad
11/11/2018 Under the Rug 255 Rhyme
11/08/2018 Orange 541 Free verse
11/08/2018 Who Knows 479 Free verse
11/08/2018 Voodoo Child: A Tribute 305 Rhyme
11/08/2018 Amber 767 Elegy
11/08/2018 The End 227 Rhyme
11/08/2018 Know You 291 Free verse
11/08/2018 The Peaceful Transfer of Power 256 Rhyme
01/09/2017 The Story of Man 644 Rhyme
01/09/2017 An Essay on Windows 618 Didactic
01/04/2017 A Midsummer Night's Beach 1506 Free verse
01/04/2017 Sweet Dixie 1528 Sonnet
12/31/2016 Too Sleepy For German Class 579 Couplet
12/31/2016 The Beer Summit of 2009 634 Rhyme
12/31/2016 The Day-trader 678 Heroic Couplet
12/31/2016 Too Wired For Bedtime 872 Couplet
12/31/2016 The Good Citizen's Creed 769 Rhyme
12/30/2016 The Rant 1117 Didactic
12/30/2016 Rocket Ship People 1249 Ballad

Quotes

Quote Left Is it not something that the one thing in existence that is eternally admired by mankind, and whose beauty has never been denied even in the face of man's most fleeting whimsies, is also the one thing not conjured by mankind. It is nature's virgin places - the mountains, forests, streams, the depths of the sea, and the illimitable heights of the heavens. Quote Right
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