Today's Poem Today Day 57 Weather is warmer Going out a little more ---Sadly puts on bra
Today's Poem Today Day 37 Bright sun in tree tops Shadows on the grass below Beauty through contrast Today's Poem Today is a new adventure. Since April 1 of this year, I've been writing a poem every morning (often a haiku), then posting a few of them days or even more than a week later. … Continue reading Day 37
Photo from Unsplash.com. My Tiny Editor She nags, wags, frets, flags poo-poos, eschews, says you’re a loser as a poet. She deletes, repeats, never retreats doubts, shouts, thinks about hushes, shushes, says not much is good here and you know it.
Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash. Caught on the Playground On the monkey bars swinging wildly from insecurity to irrationality to insecurity to irrationality; On the merry-go-round whipping ‘round and ‘round, Now what? Now what? Now what? Climbing the tall ladder of angst to ride the slide into deep despair; Hopscotching over happiness; Then, tagged … Continue reading Caught on the Playground
Photo by Susan Fischbach Isaacs. The Lost Needle I just lost my embroidery needle: so small I can only thread it by muscle memory or magic, so sharp and fine I wear a leather thimble so the dull end won’t stab my finger every time I push a stitch through. I know I shouldn’t have … Continue reading The Lost Needle
I'll be writing poetry for a class for the next few months. Some of them will show up here as Saturday Reflections. Enjoy. My cairns. Photo by Susan Fischbach Isaacs Unread Books The clean, prairie landscape of her coffee table is obscured by cairns not of stones, but of books: The stack of three, from … Continue reading Unread Books