April is here—finally! And you know what that means. Poetry month and the PAD challenge. As always, I’ll do my best to write 30 poems […]
Frigid fingertips wearing Bob Crachett gloves Wish for a fire but there is no fireplace I huddle in my blanket I imagine you and snuggle […]
Shoulders slump aware there is too much weight to bear. Massage is needed. I know none is forthcoming because the world has gone mad. Elise […]
I have a fondness for the simplicity of Japanese poetry forms like haiku, senyru, and tankas. Most people are familiar with haiku and its 5-7-5 […]
Happy Mother’s Day to all the Moms out there. Thank you for giving us what we need to weather the storm.
Over the weekend, the east coast of the US got slammed by winter storm Jonas. Lots of record breaking snowfall, plus winds and coastal flooding. […]