Grand disaster learning how to fold into thespaces between words isthe deconstruction of ego I put on my pretty yellow dresswith the white stripes & spaghetti strapsready for the heat of undoingthese shoulders hold heaps of thoughtsas constant as the sun I want to eat the darkness between the rays where I’m going it’s all… Continue reading Poem 104 – Grand disaster & Thimbles Updates
A friend just sent me a link to a podcast about a poet who writes poetry for people. Like, poetry on demand. Like, what I do too. Why just this past January, I met another poet-on-demand in Washington Square in New York City. Both he and this woman in the podcast use old typewriters to… Continue reading When Others Do What You Do
While my family and I were in New York City in January, we visited Washington Square Park. It's a hot-spot for creatives, often the gathering place for buskers, musicians, wild fashion, weddings and serious games of chess. On this particular day, we had the pleasure of meeting poet Marshall James Kavanaugh aka '@DreamPoetForHire'. Marshall is… Continue reading Dream Poet for Hire Marshall James Kavanaugh
We took the kids to New York City...Manhattan to be exact. For seven nights and eight days, we pretended we were living in one of our favourite places in the world. Thank you AirBNB for the home we stayed in. It was our second time in the big apple as a family. The kids were… Continue reading New York! New York!