The Letter but firsta letterunloaded wordshandwritten on fancy paper because it calms me downbecause it helps me reflectbecause it makes me smilebecause it’s not 1897 but it still is 1897it always is the perfect day hour minute to handwrite s letter I can feel the ghostof a corset tight-grippingmy ribs I can smell the densemanure of my chuffing horseas it… Continue reading Poem 190 – The Letter & Gertrude’s Writing Room July Hours!
An Interview with Author Karen Dionne & Event Info!
Author Karen Dionne will be in Windsor on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at Biblioasis Bookstore to engage in a conversation, reading and book signing. Doors open at 6:30pm. There will be wine, coffee, tea, and delicious baked goods from Riverside Pie Cafe. This is the first in a series that I hope to continue called… Continue reading An Interview with Author Karen Dionne & Event Info!
The Roots of my Tongue – A Birthday Soliloquy
*I wrote this yesterday, May28, but couldn't post it due to internet connection issues.* Today is my birthday. On this day, it was a Sunday then, thirty-seven years ago, my mother, she was twenty-one then, was labouring me into this world. I was a small baby, long and skinny like a just-hatched bird, I am… Continue reading The Roots of my Tongue – A Birthday Soliloquy