I Miss You

Here, as promised, are the two pieces I have written since I lost my baby. I imagine there will be more. This is the hardest thing I have gone through, and I have found poetry and blogging to be a great outlet. In fact, my other blog contains my thoughts as I have been working […]

NaPoWriMo Days 18 & 19

Ouch…term papers and finals have me way behind on NaPo. I did write through the 19th though and forgot to post them! So in the meantime, until some of these papers are done, I’ll need a few more days off and back at it to play catch-up before the 30th. But for now: Day 18: […]

NaPoWriMo Days 13 + 14

For day 13: Illuminated I use odd words In everyday speech. Ink runs from my mouth Indelibly impressed by the ancients and Imitator of their thought. Identified proudly with the lovers of wisdom, Intellect is no obscenity to me. I don’t mean to say this pridefully. But why are people so often ashamed to admit […]

A Year of Fresh Creativity

Well, December had me busy, between finals and travel and holidays, I barely squeaked out my 31 poems for ProjectDFC over on deviantArt. (Which stands for December Form Challenge) I’ve done ProjectDFC for some years now, and this year’s forms were largely syllabic and modern. I know the moderator was trying to change it up […]

dA Mission: Artist of the Month!

I am super excited to share the fun news that I have received the honor of being interviewed as Artist of the Month at the Deviant Mission on deviantart.com. Here is the link: http://fav.me/d7soied. I am honored to have this opportunity to share not only about poetry, but form poetry as well, and the message […]

May Sonnet Challenge Part III.

Here are days 6-8 of the May Sonnet Challenge. Some turned out better than others… as is the point of an exercise like this I suppose. You win some, you lose some. Day Six: “Being and Nothingness” (Pushkin sonnet) Now, without fail, each early morning He stops inside his new cafe Suspects to see him […]