The Writing of People Who Haven’t Died by Bee Walsh You were at the bottom of my first coffee today. Like yesterday, when you were under the last towel that I pulled up from the basket. At the ends of things, you are. Before you were gone, the curtains moved. They put all the familiar […]
Poems about Poetry
21st Century Words by Georgia S. KochVicolo Walking around naked Walking around blind Blind to danger Blind to reason Reason to wander Reason to question Question the people Question the times Times are coming Times are passing Passing through life Passing through woods Woods of triumph Woods of greatness Greatness of soul Greatness of creation Creation […]
A Harry Nilsson Poem by Raymond Stiefvater Back then I saw Harry as a comet that you knew just had to burn out. Nothing — not anything or anyone — lasts forever, least of all flying rocks through space or earthbound troubadours.
Jo-Anne Carlson is a lover of art in all its forms. She started exploring her world through writing, painting and singing from an early age, fascinated
The talk this morning is about the weather