Our local park is always teeming with people walking their dogs, biking, playing sports, swinging. This is the only time we’ve EVER had it to ourselves. It felt very peaceful and sleepy.
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 …
Today’s poem: Pet owners, you know it’s true!
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 …
I sat down with W.B. Cornwell and A.N. Williams at Logan Street Sanctuary in Noblesville to ask them about their newest release, Awaiting Dawn: The Story of Avalene,