Swing Rosy Powers Fling Gold Grasses Spray Stray Erotic Melancholy Pale Cover Do you feel it? This melancholy mood. Yesterday I watched the sunset, rosy then gold then gray. Remember seeing the crows swoop and swing on the pines. Into the night, And silence. But then the
The words from this Sunday Whirl led me to a very dark ocean. humility relish trigger swells flicks chain crack brittle spray gravity plant claim refrain carrying an iron chain in my hands wandering in silence on a rainy beach among the sand, the shells,
me light affectionate intuitive loving imaginative protective flower sparrow eagle wolf clinging cautious moody changeable touchy dark Here is a sweet little video C made for me for my birthday. Been wrestling with Margo’s prompt to write a diamante poem for several days now. Man, these are hard to
This lovely little poem was prompted by Robert Lee Brewer and his Poetic Asides prompt, "This is what ____ looks like." This is what the evening meadow looks like. If you look, you can see it. The meadow, it shines If you stand quietly in
Getting back to writing/catching up after an epic week of building the 24 hour zine, organising the Vancouver house and C plus a 10 hour flight x the pond. Housewives ignorant spurn subtracting months sting eternity rind balls fall drawers year The
Weekly photo challenge from Wordpress: Movement At first I thought it’s all so much easier with video
Begun at 7:30pm July 3rd, completed at 7:19pm July 4th as an answer to the 24hour Zine challenge.
Spam is fair play…isn’t it? I mean, if you send it I will use it. Fair enough?
My friend Jo Ann suggested that people could write a post incorporating something learned on-line, while my friend Lori has started a thread in my FB writer’s group about people’s on-line experience. This included a great discussion about spam. “Spam is
Summer Tryouts — It Must Be Tuesday. This week Margo suggests I find an image and write a poem. The image is to say summer to me. One image?!? Me? Seriously? Oh ok: Here goes: In summer is my birthday, I’m traditionally in England
Could hardly wait to get some time to work with these brilliant words. My inspiration was reading Silence, a Fable by Poe; my most favorite piece of Poe writing, and this little piece of art. jasmine, demons, window, scrap, ample,