Nature often inspires my art. Today I made a collage with found poetry in my art journal. Later I remembered that today was Earth Day.
This is National Poetry Month, so I decided to write some springtime haiku inspired by w the beauty of the deep blue sky at twilight.
Today I am trying something new! My friend, Bettie, has shown me It. It’s open for a whole month and you can linkup more than once. You just pick a day to share your activities using the guidelines and format given at the website. The […]
APRIL SHOWERS “April showers bring May…” is the Day 8 prompt for an April Writing Challenge on Instagram. My friend, Beth Morey, of She of the Wild has offered prompts for every day. So far I have written something for each prompt, though I have only shared […]
SETTLED FOR LIFE Upon looking up the word, settle, in the dictionary I found it has numerous meanings. Arguments can be settled and so can your affairs. You can settle a debt or settle on a place to live, settle for the best or for […]
I was bemoaning the fact that I had not done any poetry writing could not think of anything. Finally, a poem began to surface.
Spring always comes after winter, then summer, fall and back to winter. After winter, spring comes again and so on. The cycle repeats.
Privilege is the #FiveMinuteFriday word for this week. The idea is to write for five minutes on the topic without worrying about getting everything exactly right. I try, but sometimes I go over the five minutes. Other times I edit as I write. Whatever the case, […]
All too often we think that to agree with someone we need to have the same opinions. If we share our ideas with each other we can often harmonize in a way that makes the finished product better. Everyone can take part, dividing up responsibilities and showing a unified front.
For the month of January, I am following a writing challenge with prompts from Beth Morey at She of the Wild. I’ve written mostly poetry and posted on Instagram. Today the prompt is the following phrase: about a tree. As I thought about it, I began […]