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Author Archives: Ray Sharp
For Sale: Dating Tips For Conservatives: A New Poetry Primer for a Desperate Age by Ray Sharp $9.95 USD
I’m pleased to announce my new volume of poetry is for sale at Create Space for $9.95. The link (opens in new window): https://www.createspace.com/6848638 It will be available at Amazon in a few days, same price. I get a bit more … Continue reading
I’m at my new blog, New New Liminga Blues (click to open new window.) Please follow me there!
Henceforth, my new and favorite poems will be at the new blog titled New New Liminga Blues. Please follow me to (and at) New New Liminga Blues by clicking the live link.
This blog has said all it has to say. 2008-2016, Rest In Peace. Please visit, like, follow, bookmark, favorite, my new blog, https://newnewlimingablues.wordpress.com/ Thank you for 8 wonderful years. Into the future we go. Did I mention please visit my new … Continue reading
He dreamed of three blackbirds perched on a catenary wire like the ages of man, clear- eyed, beaks slightly parted in silent, knowing laughter. Some memories are dark stains that never fade, that sharpen like shadows in white light, … Continue reading