Author Archives: RobbieAnnLewis

About RobbieAnnLewis

To me, words are like garden plants -- if planted in the right places, well-weeded, lovingly coaxed and given light, they will feed mind and spirit. I live with my boyfriend -- a man who has his own way with words -- by a bay on the Texas Gulf Coast.

Did You Get Everything?

When you’re getting ready to go on a trip, or just getting ready for work or school, don’t you tick off a mental checklist of what needs to go out the door with you? Keys, phone, ticket for that thing … Continue reading

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Haunting The Haunted Traveler

Through the end of June my poem, “Ghost in the Greenhouse”, is being featured online on The Haunted Traveler ezine — along side other wonderful indie authors and poets. Check us out at  https://www.weaselpress.com/hauntedtraveler. Happy  haunted reading, neighbors!

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This Is Me – Is That You?

Sometimes when I’m trying in vain to recall  something like a person’s name or a movie title or a street name, it feels like an evil gremlin in my brain rolled a boulder over it — a boulder I can’t … Continue reading

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The Dragon’s Petition

Me:  Hey Fluff. What’s with the sign? Fluffy, the bearded dragon:  I’m protesting!  I’m stuck in this so-called habitat. Me:  What’s wrong with your habitat?  You have 5 levels – 5 rooms – all to yourself. Fluffy:  Have you looked … Continue reading

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Trying Me Some Tanka

Thanks to Jem Croucher’s reply to Charles Robert Lindholm’s poetic plea for help with his haiku addiction, I have a new wordy thing to play with…the Tanka. More syllables to fill but still a challenge. See what you think (yes, … Continue reading

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Oh my dusty brain!

I post so seldom now. I think I’ve psyched myself into a decidedly lackadaisical attitude. I read others’ posts with interest and comment too. And contribute very little else. I feel like the spark is gone. Dear me! I began … Continue reading

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Lune-y Lundi — my Monday indulgence

“Impending Dark” Treasure the sliver of moonlight — the dark night’s coming!    – a Kelly lune by me, Robbie Tonight we will have a little sliver of Moon visible, but by Thursday our Moon will be “dark”– the New … Continue reading

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Lune-y Lundi — Moon and Lune day!

Lune-y Lundi is my Monday indulgence — both a celebration of the poetic form known as Lune (similar to the Haiku) and my fascination with the heavenly body for which this day w as named. Dig that crazy beat! Line … Continue reading

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Lune-y Lundi Lives!

Lune: a 3-line poetic form similar to the Haiku. Kelley Lune: 5 syllables in first line, 3 in the second, 5 in the third. Collum Lune: 3 words, 5 words, 3 words. “Cold Coffee” a Kelley Lune by Robbie Ann … Continue reading

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I Don’t Want to Talk About New Year’s Eve!

Or New Year’s Day either. Nor resolutions. So I’m shutting up about it right now. So we have a Bearded Dragon in our house. She doesn’t have wings and I’ve never seen her breathe fire. She’s only a foot or … Continue reading

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