It was the 4th of July weekend. I was on my way to see my parents. I got a phone call that turned me back, to see my son receive an accolade. I wish I would known what I was giving up.
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I'm one of those strange people who like dandelions. Their bright golden heads make my heart happy. I wrote a poem about them.
Achoo! It's a poem about a bug.
Running a 5K wasn’t ever something I expected to do. I don’t even like to run. And truth be told, no actual running happened during my first ever 5k experience, just a sort-of-half-jog toward the very end of the course because I was so ecstatic about actually finishing.
PS: There will be an upcoming blog post about my first ever 5K experience. Stay tuned.
This poem is for my friend Emilie, who says she isn't a poet, but I think poetry is found in every quilt she creates.
We had been up on the hill letting down fence and as we were driving toward home, the shadows began to fall and an amazing sunset happened.
I love haikus, so writing one for the 17th of April, was perfect 17 syllables on the 17th, which incidentally is International Haiku Day, is perfect.
April is National Poetry Month, and I’ve joined a poetry challenge, which is to write a poem a day for thirty days using various poetry forms. If you would like to follow along (or join the challenge), this is where the poem prompts originate: Stephanie Says So. Day 16 - Brevette Poem to a … Continue reading To a Lighthouse