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About priscillacpoupore

old grey nag who's not done yet Relishing the study of the Chakras these days and connecting with fascinating spirits all around the world. When home in West Texas, Bill and I are working on our Strawbale house. We share lives with three burros, a Mustang and two cats.

Setting the Tone for the Day: Healthy Morning Rituals

Originally posted on Two Sisters Get Healthy:
I have taken on a lot of new projects in this new year. I began Yoga Teacher Training (yay!), became the coordinator of a new journalistic website, took on my first undergraduate student as…

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Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
Calling all poets! April is National Poetry Writing Month — NaPoWriMo for short. Modeled after National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), NaPoWriMo is an annual project encouraging poets to write one poem each day in April.…

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Rarotonga Library

There are 15 Cook Islands spread over more than 2 million square kilometers of the southwest Pacific Ocean. Rarotonga is the largest of the Cook islands but covers only 67 square kilometers. Rarotonga’s main road, Ara Tapu, circles the island, … Continue reading

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Dark Settings

Dark Setting “ I got dis fo sissy dollars”, she said fingering the 10mm glowing black pearl pendant, attached to a long silver chain. “I got da setting by Mahina, in the little building by the police station you know? … Continue reading

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Romance in Raro

Does St. Valentine’s love connection Appear with the tropical blooms coloring the island’s greenery with red, yellow, orange and white or luxuriate among the fragrances of sea, gardenias, jasmine warm musk or frolic among waving palms, warm white sands, and … Continue reading

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Self Portrait

early  (with false hair) later with the real hair Nutcase She fell from a tall tall  tree And landed near the sea The wild winds and water set her free To float about without an oar Nor wings on which … Continue reading

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Punanga Nui Market

The following is a Royal Chant, a French Poetic form that was a Gather Challenge. Rarotonga’s Punanga Nui Market When you should want of a tropical treat where you will be warmed by fragrant breeze sunshine aplenty and  trade winds … Continue reading

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