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Remembering Alzheimer’s Patients and their Caregivers

  Remembering Alzheimer’s Patients and their Caregivers The poem below is NOT from an unknown author, as the graphic indicates. The writer of the poem is Owen Darnell. I am certainly not looking to NOT give credit where credit is … Continue reading

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Writers Read

I love the idea of sharing our reading, but it’s not happening! I must bow out of my third-Wednesday posting as of this last entry in the “writers are the greatest readers” series. I hope someone continues it, and that … Continue reading

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Poetry Sunday in the Spring – Katie O’Neil

Now that spring has really come, there are some great poems about the season. Since the flowers are now all blooming and you can begin to buy strawberry plants and other early season planters, the bounty of the earth really … Continue reading

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Poetry Sunday by Katie O’Neil

For February, I really like a few pieces by Rupert Brooke, the famous early British ‘Great War’ poet. This month is still so burdened under winter for much of the country, and except for Mardi Gras in the south, the … Continue reading

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January Member Round-Up

These posts from the December work of your fellow Guild Members need readers! Kassie Ritman not only writes family history, but makes a compelling case that you should, too! Maybe the young moms around us would see more clearly that … Continue reading

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Race with the Devil by Joseph Pearce

¶ Leave a comment ¶ Edit Raised in the Shire, he left its tranquility for an adventure that brought him through battles, dungeons and peril until he found an immense treasure. To possess it, he fought a monstrously evil dragon. … Continue reading

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Poetry Sunday

Welcome to CWG’s  very first Poetry Sunday We must not forget the role and   responsibility of Art  as a vital part of that dynamic as well as the Artist as its’ purveyor. That is, very simply, you and me. Our … Continue reading

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