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October 03, 2022

Articles by Peter A. Witt



In Praise of Banging (2021-01-04) poem unrhymed

Peter A. Witt is a retired university professor who is spending his retirement years writing poetry, researching and writing family history, and documenting his international travel experiences. He lives in Texas with his wife and Keeshond, Quigley.

Silence (2021-02-01) poem unrhymed

"...Headstones mark the life of one long past..."

Leaving Me Softly (2021-03-01) poem unrhymed

"...when the sun casts golden hues over the valley mountains..."

Poems in the Breeze (2021-04-05) poem rhymed

"...tales of soulful scenic wonder,,,"

Rain (2021-05-03) poem unrhymed

"...then the bang of the barn door..."

Headline: Washing Machine Eats Socks (2021-10-18) poem unrhymed

"...I know a pair of each was there when start was pressed..."

Requiem (2021-11-15) poem unrhymed

"... a package being dropped off for storage..."

Poetic Recipe (2021-12-13) poem unrhymed

"Poetry is a dash of salt and a pinch of pepper mixed with silvery shallots..."

First Squeeze (2022-01-10) poem unrhymed

"...zest of orange permeating the breeze...."

Woke Poetry (2022-02-07) poem unrhymed

"...Brevity demands the perfect six words to express love..."

Old Red Barn (2022-08-01) poem unrhymed


Loud and Proud (2022-08-29) poem unrhymed

"...singing a song stolen yesterday..."

Elder Repairs (2022-09-26) poem unrhymed

"...too many cracks, too many places where water seeps through..."

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