Tag: poets

Girl from Yonder

You know how some poems you write and look back upon you just think, “oh yeah, I remember that one,” ? I wrote The Girl from Yonder several years ago but find it to be timeless and perhaps applicable to most people at one…

Little Me

Through You

Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of postings of encouragement to other writers on Instagram. I think one of the reasons is because part of me is really nervous about receiving my editor’s notes on my latest manuscript. I go from “Why isn’t she…

Fairytale Endings

I didn’t really mean for the painting to come out so pristine-ish (note the perfectly rounded left tree). However, I’ve grown to love the fairytale quality – a place of perfection where nothing can go wrong.

Continuing to Breathe

A reminder to look for beauty everywhere.

FRank’s Blues Song

Frank Sanders is a character in my newest novel. Since he’s the blue’s harp player and songwriter, he wrote this for me. 😉

Fertile Ground

Where do your poems grow?

Get by with a little help from your (imaginary) friends

Letting our novel’s characters row the boat forward. #writing #authors

He says it best

Excerpt from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s new book “Gmorning, Gnight”

QUARANTINED? Let your breath travel – 2

Take a moment to breathe – 2 And, oh, the joy when sphere is formed and floats in search of things adored keen awareness filling bareness, enlivened, then it soared. See #2