identity haiku blue ink cuticlereminder of who I amshy spiller of words Interview with Bruce Meyer Part II VS: You teach writing. What is a facet of writing that you notice many students/writers struggle with? What is your solution/inspiration for this major writing challenge? BM: The one thing students struggle with is wanting to be… Continue reading Poem 158 – identity haiku & Bruce Meyer Interview Part II
Yesterday’s wrong the wind left in a hurrygot tangled in a field of sunflowerson the side of an Italian highwayinside a memory flickering in my mind yesterday’s cloak of Wrongis still clamped to my clavicleit’s too hot for this kind of holdingtoday will be the work of letting go if you see a shadow limpingit… Continue reading Poem 157 – yesterday’s wrong & Part I of the Bruce Meyer Interview
Skin tag in my peripheraleye catching collection of skina reminder to notice the blurryto pause the rapid flurryof things that pass fast& see what more you can hold in your vision under your nose on your face a fuller smile OH THE JOY OF THE JOY OF EDITING! Thank you Abbey and Aimee, and the 30+ writers… Continue reading Poem 155 – skin tag & the success of joy!
We are Changes comes in swift punches & the kids, well, the kids are still learning how to swivel & duck & exhale. I heard ‘We are the world’ on the radio this morning & I remembered watching the crowd of singers wailing it live in an effort to raise money for starving kids in… Continue reading Poem 97 – We are