My Visit to Grandma

My Visit to Grandma

my grandma’s porch light, on the only light on for miles and miles a midnight walk through the rows and rows of coconut groves to my childhood haunt a clearing, a makeshift shelter of dried coconut leaves, the long wooden

Disappearing act

Disappearing act

Disappearing act O! Here we go again I lost my words again did it follow the rabbit with the clock in its pocket dream up a dream vacation in no-word-land can i pull you out of a hat? did it

N for Pablo Neruda, my poem: I’m getting a few things off my chest #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z #NaPoWriMo

N for Pablo Neruda, my poem: I’m getting a few things off my chest #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z #NaPoWriMo

Pablo Neruda is a famous Spanish poet with great work in love and war, two equally potent themes. Today I am sharing with you the end of the poem “I’m explaining a few things”. “….. … And you will ask:

I Know #NaPoWriMo #ImaginaryGarden

I Know #NaPoWriMo #ImaginaryGarden

This April I am writing a poem a day for the AtoZ challenge and have been following a theme dubbed ‘Copycat Poetry’ or ‘Inspired Poetry’. My definition of Copycat Poetry is essentially poetry inspired the work of another poet. You

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