Last month, I decided to jump into a poetry challenge on Instagram. Here are the results of that challenge.
Before I jump into today's post I want to make on thing perfectly clear. I am not clinically depressed. I know (and have worked with) people who are. Many of those amazing people have opened up to me, knowing full well that I am an author, and shared their stories and journeys with me. I... Continue Reading →
I have a character in a current work-in-progress who makes the observation that "sometimes when you push someone away, they actually go." It sparked a poem. Enjoy! (But, as always, don't steal. Be cool.) One day you'll open those eyes and I won't be there.One day you'll come home famished but There won't be food.One... Continue Reading →
Let's do a poem for something I feel strongly about. My children. The day you were born changed everything and probably not in the way you think. Before you, I was serious, never emotional, and too busy being busy to stop and enjoy life. You gave me the time to slow things down, breathe,... Continue Reading →
Here's the challenge (play along in the comments or on your own blog-just make sure tag back to me so I know you played)
I had the idea that one of the characters would probably write poetry.