Category: Poetry

From the creative brain of someone who loves words and their amazing ability to inspire emotion.

Weekly Digest

I thank you for reading, commenting and sharing these posts. I also welcome your feedback. Reply to this email or call me at 505 617-0839. https://wp.me/p1IcOU-3aT Navy Blue, a tribute to my dad. https://wp.me/p1IcOU-3bq Writing effective copy infographic https://wp.me/p1IcOU-3bA Mr. C Returns https://wp.me/p1IcOU-3bN Plant-based… Continue Reading “Weekly Digest”

NAVY BLUE

  You went to war, at seventeen, boarding a Navy ship to unknown waters, tearful and fearful, yet brave for all that, knowing not what to expect, but ready – you prayed – for what lay ahead. You spoke only once of the horror… Continue Reading “NAVY BLUE”

Homeward Bound

Hat and yellow roses on a bale of hay, handmade cards on a table ready to be signed and sent. Homeward bound, their work is done. A small tribute to our friends, Kathy and Fred Allen. Passed from this life into the next, February… Continue Reading “Homeward Bound”

Remix

This was originally written as a short story. It is recreated here as a prose poem. For every dreamer who wants to fly.

Truth be told

More from the April Writer’s Digest challenge, the brain child of Robert Lee Brewer, a WD editor and blogger at Poetic Asides. The first of these is personal, based on the prompt to write an ekphrastic poem, a poem inspired by a work of art – photograph, sculpture, or some other creation.

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