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.

My First Acrostic

“Season of Relief” Open the windows — Call in the clean, freshened air! Take your book Outside, at least until it rains. Bring out the All Hallow’s Eve goblins and Relish the cool! -/- Harry at Poet’s Corner issued a … Continue reading

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A Haiku

While passing through East Texas a few weeks ago (mid April), I wrote this poem.  I believe it qualifies as a traditional Haiku… “Wedge of Sky”    by Robbie Lewis Lowe East Texas two-lane; wedge of blue and white above … Continue reading

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Wednesday Words

Originally posted on AKA The Versatile:
“Life has no meaning. Each of us has meaning and we bring it to life. It is a waste to be asking the question when you are the answer.”  ― Joseph Campbell

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A Real “Flying Clown”

A couple of weeks ago I had a nutty dream that inspired a nutty short-short story which I posted here on March 7. If you caught the first segment of CNN’s “New Day” this morning, you saw a guy who … Continue reading

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Scot Free

I heard it used the other day in an old western (my husband loves old westerns — rarely lets a day go by without a dose of “Maverick” and “Wyatt Earp” and a Gene Autry film).  I don’t think I … Continue reading

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The Flying Clowns

Janie leaned against the hood of the compact SUV that she and her husband Frank owned. Frank had wanted to trade in Janie’s college days Escort for a pick-up, while Janie campaigned for a small sedan. The smaller than standard … Continue reading

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A Month of Sundays

“A month of Sundays” — it’s an expression used to convey a longsome period of time.  The length of time suggested by the phrase is usually relative to how often the speaker is partial to engaging in the referenced activity (e.g. “I … Continue reading

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Mardi Gras

Not that one could tell it by looking around my location on a Central Texas lake, but today is Mardi Gras. So Happy Mardi Gras to anybody who appreciates a day set aside specifically for over-indulging! At least that’s how … Continue reading

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Freaky-Friday: Ghost in the Greenhouse.

Revision-Robbie would have held this one up till midnight if I hadn’t wrested it from her clutches. I apologize for tardiness, but here’s my offering for this week’s Freaky-Friday luncheon: GHOST IN THE GREENHOUSE by Robbie Lewis Lowe We took … Continue reading

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Here Comes Freaky-Friday and Halloween.

Halloween is right around the corner!  I live in Central Texas.  Winter here is basically autumn punctuated every week or two with a two to four day blast of arctic air intrusion.  Autumn began a little earlier than I expected, with … Continue reading

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