I've been finding it difficult to juggle writing for the blog vs. writing for a possible new chapbook (hence the rather sporadic posts lately). So I've decided to give myself a break this year. For 2015 (or at least for most of it), I've decided to use the blog as more of a poet's journal … Continue reading Somebunny’s Shifting Gears
bare feet on the damp boards of the rain-soaked porch I try counting how many cigarettes are left not in the packs between us, leaning on the rail but in moments left to us in this sacred space where we learned the measure of our lips and the direct relation of hands to laughter no … Continue reading counting cigarettes
the leaves have dropped burnt out finally after the last conflagration and the fog drifts in most mornings now a shroud for ashen skies hangs about sometimes until noon even days like this call for extra cups of coffee with an extra spoon of sugar - something hot and sweet to cup chilled hands about … Continue reading talismans
it isn't so much that the days are tiring as it is the light is struggling to stay as earth is urged to darker arms and the calm of slow hibernation how wondrous it is that light should find a fragile respite in fiery leaves as if the trees too would stoke it brighter for … Continue reading brighter
...I am writing. But I'm taking my sweet time and holding back on a few. I've decided to try a change in approach to my writing for a while and see if it helps any with the flow of ideas. So posts may be sparse for a time. Meanwhile, go check out an update on … Continue reading wanted to let you know…
that late August afternoon after sweating unwieldy boxes up the three flights alone I paused for a moment's rest and touched the ache of this space not yet made my own but thought at least how lucky, to have the hopeful green of a locust tree to nod in at me not an hour later … Continue reading time once more to bloom
Well, the blog is at any rate... three! When I consider the reasons I began this blog (read the About page if you haven't already) and compare it to where I am today, I can't even begin to express how thoroughly pleased I am. This blog began as a tool - an outlet - to … Continue reading I’m Three!