Today’s poem is several years old, written about my husband waaaaaay before he was my husband. I had already played around with the concept of visual space through indentation, but this gave me the opportunity to play with the placement of individual stanzas around the image.
Being a morning person is like being a Hufflepuff. No one want to raise their hand and claim to be one. But there are advantages…
Today’s poem was inspired by the theme “writer’s block.”
Today’s poem is a cat haiku.
I’ve been on a poetry kick lately. My goal for 2019 is to enter 100 poems for publication or to contests. So far I have submitted 59. In delving into my poetry trove, I am finding some oldies I’d thought I’d share. Here’s one. Image courtesy of khumthong at freedigitalphotos.net. What’s your …
My illustrator, Taylor Lucas, has been hard at work the past five months sketching and inking Rapunzel the Hairbrained. Ready for the big cover reveal?
Our 2nd edition of Ink to Paper is now on Amazon. Read student poets, senior poets, from all across the nation and writing in many forms from free verse to haiku.
I’m a finalist! Vote for your favorite cat poem through a donation to FACE Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic.
Why write a eulogy for a Slinky? Find out in a behind-the-scenes scoop of the three poems I published in Indiana Voice Journal.
Ringling Bros. Circus is closing down after 146 years. I feel like my parents just told me I’m too old to go trick-or-treating. I try to express this in 2 poems.