Category Archives: Alison Williams

Your Responses: Why You Write Poetry

  This post is in response to my question to readers and followers on why they write poetry. I hope you enjoy it and that it gives you insights and inspiration. And, to those poets who took the time to … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku, Oct. 31, 2015

the silence between us– filled with sunlight by Alison Williams, Editor of Fragments

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