Category Archives: Poetry

  Why us? I’m only 24. Why us? And he’s only 30. Why us? We can’t handle this. Why us? We don’t even live near family. Why us? We’ve already had enough tragedy in our lives. Why us? And pennies to our name. Why us? I just don’t get it.     A whiny little […]

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I’m struggling. Since coming back from vacation, it just feels like ages since I’ve written anything. And the problem isn’t ideas-  I’m having lots of them, but they aren’t making it to the page, or when they do, they come out scrambled and unintelligible. The only thing that is making sense right now is poetry. But […]

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I think I’m a poet, not a writer Because I write thought-to-page. Because what’s in my brain Goes on the page. There’s actually not much thought involved. This morning I spent two and a half hours trying to piece together something I’d written stream of consciousness. And no matter how hard I tried It just […]

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I wrote this a few days ago: Maybe I can’t do this. Maybe I’ve hit my 6 weeks of writing and that’s it. Maybe this is the end. Goodbye, old friend. I love it but it isn’t worth much if I have nothing to write about. Well actually I have tons to write about. Lists […]

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The grace to watch the sun rise. And not the sunrise but the sun rise. The grace to know my self. And not myself but my self. The grace to take it slow And not too fast. To take it slow. That grace for grace Because even grace need grace. Yes it does.   The […]

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