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Sequoia in Verse Virtual

This is a picture of the Watch Tower, which stands above Tokopah Falls. It’s in the Grant tree’s neighborhood – sort of – and I like that rock!

Poets often experience more than their share of rejection and isolation, so Verse Virtual has become a friendly haven for many. It’s more of a community than a publication, but it does produce a monthly journal. I’ve got one small poem in the April edition. I thank Editor James Lewis for including it!  Sequoia was originally published in Your Daily Poem, Editor Jayne Jaudon.


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Convict Lake and other Poems in Verse-Virtual


Photo by Jon Walton

Verse-Virtual included a group of my mountain poems, several of which have been published previously, in its November issue. I think they work well together and I’m happy to share the news with you all. I appreciate the supportive, collaborative venue V – V provides!


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