Poetry is not something I’m good at writing, so I enjoy it vicariously through online friends like this amazing poem by Diana over at Myths of the Mirror or Andrew’s (at Andrew’s View of the Week) poem about the River. I’ve been following them for several years and always find their poetry startlingly personal, quick […]15… Continue reading 15 Tips for Writing Poetry — A Writer’s Path #reblog
Sights by Yvette Calleiro What if, In our hustle and bustle, In our go go go, We made it a point To slow down and meditate - Tune in to the now, The beauty of each moment? If only we had slowed our lives down To enjoy the present moment, We’d have less people living… Continue reading Sights by Yvette Calleiro
DEPRESSION SOUP by Jan Sikes She stood in a line her head bowed low There was nowhere to run, no place to go With clothes that were ragged And shoes that were worn There were millions just like her She wasn’t alone America’s Great Depression had stolen their homes Took its toll on their bodies… Continue reading Depression Soup by Jan Sikes
Poetry by D.L. Finn MISTY MOUNTAIN MOMENT It flows quietly on a breeze Covering the landscape in its presence. The world simplifies at that moment While the mountain mist intensifies. Its threatening chill keeps us indoors Watching… Waiting… Worrying… How long will it eliminate color from our world? Yet, we’re securely tucked away inside. We… Continue reading Poetry by D.L. Finn
Happy Friday, lovelies! I'm sharing a post worth reading, from a super talented writer. So very much deserved, my friend. 🖤 Originally posted on Rhani DChae: I am thrilled to host a stop on this tour! Forrest is a wonderful poet who reaches deep inside to share his deepest, most personal thoughts and experiences with… Continue reading Spotlight Author — Forrest takes a Journey!