Over 100 individual work of prose, poetry, and visual artwork will appear in the 2018 edition of Noblesville’s The Polk Street Review.
Today’s poem is written in reflection on the passing of Kevyn Miller one year ago. Kevyn was my coworker, and did an outstanding job mentoring the youth I supervise. This morning I was pondering how the youth whose lives he touched are continuing to grow in confidence, pursue the topics he taught them, and work …
Waking Beauty was included in a video of 9 Astounding Works of Christian Fantasy.
Getting my Georgia O’Keefe on at Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve
Last night, bumping along the road, I was reminded of this poem I wrote a while back:
Who do you compare yourself to? Should you?
Just as Spike and I were leaving our poetry group, Noble Poets, last night, I caught this image on the wall. The sunset was shining in through large windows on the far side of the room, giving the wall lamp a great shadow. Loved the juxtaposition and had to write poem.
My first attempt at redacted poetry. In this form, you take any existing written page and select words from it to create a new poem. You can decorate around it. Spike and I created this while preparing to host a both at Nickel Plate Arts last Valentine’s Day. Something I love about this form is …