Category Archives: Poetry
I thought I’d be carefree…
After the poetry marathon, after writing one poem a day during the month of July, I thought I’d feel a sudden sort of relief. From the constant preoccupation to produce, from guiltily stealing time away from my family to indulge … Continue reading
25/30!!!! I can see the finish line and I’m crying…
Yesterday, I asked my 21 year old daughter to come up with 10 words for me to use for a poem. While she packed her bags to come back home from spending two months in California, she texted me these … Continue reading
This is my first half marathon!!! Poetry marathon, that is…
HALFWAY! I’ve been posting on my Facebook page everyday letting friends and family know what I’ve been up to with my poetry. I’ve been pretending that I’m totally fine with self-promotion and they’re pretending that they’re too nice to tell me they’re tired of … Continue reading
My “run” in this Poetry Marathon is off to a good start!
Feel free to challenge me, I’m willing to sweat a little for a month! Continue reading
How in the heck did we get halfway through the year already?
I shouldn’t be so surprised, each year this happens and you’d think I’d get used to it. Up until April, I can’t remember what year it is. Then I blink, and we’ve had a week in the hundreds. There’s all … Continue reading
Happy National Poetry Month!
Finally, an excuse to extricate myself from the frenetic energy that life has been so far this year. I am SORRY it’s been so long. I’d thought that the momentum of writing a poem a day would carry me through … Continue reading
Happy New Year 2015
Happy new year!! We’re having a Men In Black movie marathon at my house in attempt to stay up late enough to ring it in…we’ll see how it goes. Hope your year’s been a good balance of sweet and sour … Continue reading
Haiku for the month 11/28/14 – 12/24/14
This month’s haiku seem like they’ve come floating in from Noah’s ark or some long lost archaic zoo. Perhaps it’s due to the longer nights…but it’s strange how, as winter burrows in and animals are more scarce all around, they … Continue reading
Haiku of the week 11/12/14 – 11/27/14
I have always had a lot of ambivalence about the thanksgiving holiday. I love the food and connection to family…but the wrongheaded myth of its origin has always been troubling to me, and I am astounded that it is perpetuated … Continue reading
Haiku for the weeks: 10/30/14 – 11/11/14
10/30/14 skim-coated sunset delicately tints soft air, sweeping dusk sighways This haiku was the first one after a bit of a break/fall off the wagon. I seem to keep needing to relearn to slow down in my day to day … Continue reading