Author Archives: Barbara Blackcinder

About Barbara Blackcinder

I thank my followers very much and hope I continue to write interesting pieces for them.

Chances

  Did you ever? No I daren’t I might crash to the ground Could I ever? No I shalln’t No happiness could be found   But dare I might, risk I do Just may be a cure It’s hard to … Continue reading

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A Walk

  Among the trees my strides are taken Crunching sticks and falls Crackling from boots lethargically placed Oblivious to them all   Eyes search with careless designs Viewing whatever may be Bringing the natural all around Enjoyment is all that … Continue reading

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The Candy Kids

  It was a scene right out of Rockwell So cute it almost tasted sweet Children running to the drug store On the quickest and tiniest of feet   Soon the door they shoved open It’s weight being only a … Continue reading

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Under a Pillow or Cloud

    Here’s a flash, just for you Or should I say for me I’m not quite what you think I’m not quite what you see   It seems that I’m a writer A purveyor of words you know Someone … Continue reading

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Those Children of the Past

  Not so very long it seems I watched the children of my dreams Those of mine who I possessed Who sometimes would give no rest   They are in dreams of mine today Those years having gone away No … Continue reading

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A Certain Death

  It seems so calm, so quiet and serene No flags or banners in the wind A cloud drifts by, a peaceful scene It builds and fills the sky in   But all was not so a moment ago Calm … Continue reading

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A Murderous May

(Rhymed to the tune of  ‘The Merry Merry Month of May’)   Well it wasn’t such a happy day It was horrible in every way I was assaulted by my wife While she held a wicked knife In which she … Continue reading

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