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 Category:  Biographical Poetry
  Posted: January 31, 2021      Views: 182
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AMADA 
Amada is a "word" collector. She does her bit in prose and poetry. She has been visually impaired for the last two years; she reads and writes with the help of special equipment. Nothing can deter her from writing.;;
She is a wife and the mother - more...

She is an accomplished poet and is currently at the #49 spot on this years rankings.

She is also an active reviewer and is holding the #66 spot on the top ranked reviewer list.

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Chapter 11 of the book Tribute to JoanE
Remembering a great friend.
"Bon Voyage, JoanE" by amada



















She traveled a lifetime; her lines soared in the air, land, and sea.

She wrote of oceans, mountains, meadows;

and now she is cruising that infinite heaven.

Oh what beautiful descriptions she could write.

In the past, reading her lines, I traveled with her,

and, looking out my window, breathing in the wide space,

I started seeing what she was seeing…

the beauty of her words tumbled through my mind,

like a sweet breath from a dreamland.

Holding my breath, I heard the roar of her pen.

Now, free of pain, she will travel for an eternity.  



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Author Notes
JoanE was one of my first fans, many years ago. She was the first one to congratulate me when I posted, even if it was two simple lines. Her lovely remarks made me feel as if I had arrived: I was a poet!
Once we planned to meet with our respective husbands at the Shakespearean Festival in Southern Oregon
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