In which I share a thought from the Lithium Chronicles: On Poetry #1 by Nicole Lyons
A little something to encourage my NaNo writing buddies, and all my creative friends. From Todd Brison, author of The Creative's Curse and The Unstoppable Creative
In which I introduce a new (to me) poet, Yassy.
We Should Save People More Often.
In which John Pavlovitz reminds us that we are Human first.
Once again, I can think of nothing better than to share someone else’s words with you.
Once more, one of my new favorite poets, Lize Bard
slipping from my pen ~ without pretence or control ~ a river of thoughts
© Lize Bard
@ Haiku out of Africa
Weaving the yarn…
Folks work with crochet hooks, knitting needles, material and thread, and everything a person would think of when weaving with yarn. Sometimes we weave items for friends, for presents, for sale, or just to satisfy ourselves with a peaceful hobby. The project may exist as one large piece or may be many small pieces that…
A Little Goes a Long Way…
Sometimes writers believe that adding a touch of their natural speak helps the reader feel more comfortable with their words. I believe this to be true to a point. If you read Stephen King, you can almost hear that New England accent from many of the actors in his movies. If you read Charlaine Harris,…
Another of Lize Bard's exquisite haiku and photo. Source: Expand
Sometimes I hate that the most I can do for this woman’s poems is “like.” I need a LOVE REALLY LOVE button.
a song in my heart ~ a pebble in my pocket ~ it’s enough for now
This young woman, Lize Bard, writes a haiku a day and pairs it with a picture she painted or photographed. It’s one of my new delights to wake up to each morning. Go there; read more.
you let me tumble ~ into the depths of your mind ~ where such passion hides
© Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/