Sunday evening I wrote my second ReVerse poem. It’s a fun way of poetry review taking one line from work covering a certain period of time.
What do you do when you want to write poetry, but you have no inspiration? I’m sure everyone has their own ideas, and I also have my own. Today, I will share three easy ways to discover inspiration when it seems to be illusive.
A few years ago, I began practicing 10 minutes of stillness each day, but somewhere along the way, I stopped. It seemed to just slip away, and I don’t remember the last time.
What if we could become more like children who have such childlike wonder. Maybe we, too, would feel joy and hope with even simple things.
Writing a clogyrnach variation poem was fun but definitely a challenge! After many words, thoughts and trials, I finally settled on a poem.
Today I’m trying something new – clogyrnach poetry. This Welsh poetic form intrigued me. I studied one of my nature photos for inspiration.
Hope is my one word inspiration for 2022. I wasn’t looking for one, but hope just seemed to nestle in and make itself at home in my life.
What are murmurs of peace, and how can we hear them throughout our days? We each may have different experiences that wake up certain memories of times we felt calm and peaceful. But the connecting cord that binds us is the Holy Spirit, who Jesus […]
Each month Chronic Joy Ministries shares a poetry prompt on their blog. For the month of April the theme was Windows and Trees. I love looking out windows and I love trees, so it was a perfect prompt for me. Gazing Through the […]
The rest of the yarn was in the worst tangle I had ever seen. I wish I had a picture to show you. It was a mess – attached to the cone on one end, the unfinished hat on the other end and what seemed like another tangle leading out from the middle.