Another Useless Prop, A Poem by Kate Hanford.

Another Useless Prop is a poem I wrote after visiting antique shops, thrift shops, and second-hand sales. It got me thinking about how beautiful porcelain is discarded just because it has a tiny chip or hairline crack. All the monetary value disappears with just the tiniest imperfection and the item becomes a permanent fixture, left on... Continue Reading →

Dog Poems by Kate Hanford

Dog Poems by Kate Hanford It's World Poetry Day today so I'd like to share a few poems that I wrote about Man's Best Friend. Man's Best Friend Dogs come in different forms of colour, fur, and breed Some are big and bouncy, Others small indeed Some are trained to guide us If our eyesight lets... Continue Reading →

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