My poetry blog is Eat Poetry, although I’ve been pretty lax in posting lately. I should have some new posts towards the end of the week. Today here is my poetry window which hangs in the garden and will soon Continue reading Poetry Window
WOOF Contest – Top PicksPoetry Zorlone – “Under the pale moon” – Events that occur to our mortal lives have been witnessed by the light of the pale moon. A poetry challenge to myself, inspired by the words of Robin Continue reading Woof Winners for June 26th
If you haven’t seen these animated virtual movies on You Tube by Poetry Animations they’re quite good. There’s quite a few. More than 300. Here’s just a sampling.
Summer afternoon – summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language. Henry James Although this post might be more appropriate for my poetry blog I think that the lessons that haiku Continue reading Summer afternoon, reflections on haiku
It’s hard to write about such icons of my generation. When I first saw that Michael passed away my first thought was he couldn’t have because Farrah Fawcett just died. There are great tributes to both of these icons on Continue reading RIP Farrah and Michael
The morning cup of coffee has an exhilaration about it which the cheering influence of the afternoon or evening cup of tea cannot be expected to reproduce. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.“Over the Teacups” 1891 In my interview last week about Continue reading A Cup of Joe
I talk to him when I’m lonesome like; and I’m sure he understands. When he looks at me so attentively, and gently licks my hands; then he rubs his nose on my tailored clothes, but I never say naught thereat. Continue reading Friends
“When a child is born, a father is born. A mother is born, too of course, but at least for her it’s a gradual process. Body and soul, she has nine months to get used to what’s happening. She becomes Continue reading To My Dear Father
Having imagination, it takes you an hour to write a paragraph that, if you were unimaginative, would take you only a minute. Or you might not write the paragraph at all. Franklin P. Adams, Half a Loaf, 1927 One of Continue reading Having Imagination
I hope you stop by and read my interview this morning. Thanks Drew aka Ben Spark. I’ll be back this evening with a creative writing post. Now get back to work!