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 Category:  Fantasy Poetry
  Posted: May 6, 2018      Views: 137

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LINDA ENGEL 

Spent twenty-five years in her local community theatre acting, directing, and building props and costumes.
Linda spends her days working at a dentist office and at night she secretly is glued to Fan story and Fan Art.

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Woman changing faces to hide true self.
"Dancing Dana" by Linda Engel
Dancing Dana sat posed in a chair
Engulfed in tulle; so much to bare.

Her sordid past she could not erase
So each day she put on a new face.

One was for all of her many deceptions
Colored and spiked with gaudy impressions.

One glistened with shiny, sharp glitter
For the days she felt hideous and bitter.

Dancing Dana sat posed in a chair
Changing her face with a pitiful flare.

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This is part the "Picture This" writing group. It is a fun group that writes a poem every two weeks from a picture that is picked for us. If you want information on this group, please contact Jax .
The fun part is that everyone has a different interpretation of the photo . Thank you for sharing the read and stopping by.
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