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The Poetry Corner featuring Regina Puckett

Good morning and welcome to this week’s Poetry Corner featuring Regina Puckett! 🙂 Memories by Regina Puckett Memories are often disguised and veiled As snatches of feelings and thoughts inhaled But with each and every telling and repeating These collected … Continue reading

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The Poetry Corner featuring Regina Puckett

Good morning and welcome to this week’s Poetry Corner! Please join me in welcoming Regina Pucket! 🙂 Anger by Regina Puckett Anger is like a soggy page Of twisted thoughts and ragged rage Wedged there between each weighed word Are … Continue reading

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The Poetry Corner featuring Regina Puckett

Good morning and please welcome Regina Puckett to this week’s Poetry Corner. 🙂 Unfurled Wings ByRegina Puckett He stands alone in the hurried crowd A sign raised high and a head held proud He’s homeless, hungry and in need But no … Continue reading

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The Poetry Corner featuring Regina Puckett

Good mroning and welcome to this week’s edition of the Poetry Corner. Please join me in welcoming Regina Puckett! 🙂 Words by Regina Puckett Words may be used as torturous bane To tear at hearts with terrible pain Or softly whispered … Continue reading

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In the Books featuring I Close My Eyes by Regina Puckett

Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring I Close My Eyes by Regina Puckett. About the Book: The last thing The Duke of Greystone wants is a wife, until The Lady Jane Blackmore seeks … Continue reading

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In the Books featuring Silent Baby Screams by Regina Puckett

Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring Silent Baby Screams by Regina Puckett. About the Book: Gwen doesn’t understand why her husband resents their newborn baby so much, but she never suspects that one … Continue reading

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