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Peachy Poetry – Part 3

(For perpetuating positivity) Since my last batch of Peachy Poetry (PP2 back in Feb) rather a lot has changed in the world. That blog cheerfully started with an optimistic ode – “Dear 2020” – which hoped for the year to be “joyful and free”…. Well of course, 2020 has turned out to be a very […]

Peachy Poetry – Part Two

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(For Perfecting Playfulness) Yes it’s back! By popular demand (thanks mum…), MORE Peachy Poetry, this time for Perfecting Playfulness! (And if you’re thinking What Is Peachy Poetry? – then check out Part One for a full explanation of the genre and numerous early examples.) But first, how do you define playfulness? And perfect it?? People […]

Peachy Poetry – Part One

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(For Pointless Procrastinating…) Peachy Poetry? A little known form of the genre, invented circa 2019 by the poet (ahem) Alison Reddihough and dedicated to short, mostly rhyming musings about totally random things. Poetry that is… well, Peachy. And Pointless Procrastinating? Hey, don’t knock it! Pointless Procrastinating is underrated (as is Peachy Poetry). Both are a […]

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