Hello everyone, It’s been a long time. Like a really long time since I posted on this blog. Anyway, when I was thinking about what word I wanted to choose for this year, it was going to be: LOVE To… Continue Reading →
You’re an invisible scar holding me down, holding me back you know where I hurt you know where I hide and you come find me some days or some nights. You’re a waking nightmare that I can’t push aside I… Continue Reading →
Several weeks ago, I got to interview my friend Paul Penn. If you read any of his poetry, you will find that it has a neat rhythm and is typically lyrical. Many times, for example, he has collaborated with @babsginger… Continue Reading →
I have only been seriously blogging for about two to three months, though I prematurely started this blog last September in preparation for my recent trip to Norway and Finland I took. More to come on my solo traveling adventure,… Continue Reading →
I know the sag of the unfinished poem. And I know the release of the poem that is finished. ~Mary Oliver
Do you ever feel this?
I believe I do sometimes.
Mary Oliver on the process of writing poetry.
Poetry isn't a profession, it's a way of life. It's an empty basket; you put your life into it and make something out of that. ~Mary Oliver
Mary Oliver on poetry as a way of life
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