Category Archives: Poetry
Before you go, Sweep up my dignity. You see, I’ve thrown it away. It became irrelevant in your presence. Can I recapture it without looking in your eyes? What will I see reflected there? Yesterday’s letters expressed it plainly. Songs … Continue reading
I can do this. Deep breath. Hands shaking. I can do this. Shake it off. Mirror check. Smile. One more deep breath. I can do this. Open the door. No. Trembling. Weak knees. Sweating. Shaking. I can do this. Step … Continue reading
REBLOG: Don’t miss Christine’s Incredible poem!! it starts as tightness tingling across bare shoulder blades becomes an itch I can’t quite reach stretch my spine sinuous slow vertebrae by vertebrae long for a shot of whiskey or three liquid gold … Continue reading
REBLOG: Be sure to read Rory’s Beautiful Poem! All Woman via All Woman — A Guy Called Bloke and K9 Doodlepip!
Those of us that write know all about the merry-go-round of the process. Write, submit, pray, rejection, repeat. I received a rejection letter recently that made me think about the Numbers Game that we are involved in when it comes … Continue reading
REBLOG: Please don’t miss Siren Whispers beautiful poem! Every step is one upon a precipice when you’ve no knowledge of the path optimism fueled with bravery footfall, a deep breath of the unknown never knowing where it will land solid … Continue reading