It’s hard to believe October is coming to a close. Gretchen completed the first quarter of school, making high honor roll. Rachael is nearing midterm and is excelling in all her classes. I’m trying to stay focused on poetry.
I’m sure almost everyone recognizes the title of this post. Oh, the Places You’ll Go by: Dr. Seuss. The month of May is here, once more, and as I write this post, my girls have only three weeks of school left. Things here are going to get hectic, because both of my daughters are going … Continue reading
April is national poetry month, and as a poet, I have been writing a poem a day with napowrimo. As I’m writing this post, I have accomplished two-thirds of the prompts and have only ten more to go. If you would like to see all the poems I have written this month, the list is … Continue reading
I awaken with thoughts of things to do today I try to shut them out but sleep will not return I look out through the blinds The morning star is visible In the dark sky turning pink I stretch on several layers of comfortable clothing Pull on my favorite old sneakers Take from a drawer … Continue reading
Know You Again by Jax Resto I never looked at your picture in all those years At least not intentionally I’d come across it in a drawer sometimes And glance at it incidentally If I looked too long I might recall Your smile, your voice, your touch So I never looked Except by chance But … Continue reading