Category Archives: love
“There are years that ask questions and years that answer.” Zora Neale Hurston 3 a.m. doesn’t have good manners. Before even greeting me properly, she starts in with the questions, slippery little reptilian ones that slither in through my ear … Continue reading
Through neon noise and simmering static. Fragments of images splashing on the screen, signals crossed and split amongst summer storm clouds, yet a harbinger of hope appears, calling us to action. Carry on the good fight you heroes and heroines. … Continue reading
A repost from 1 year ago.* This poem was inspired by the recent Pulse Nightclub tragedy in Orlando, Florida, a town I grew up in and live near today. Like millions of others around the world I have so many … Continue reading
Please don’t judge, but I try to regift/reuse the gift bags I receive. As Emma was looking through my collection a few weeks ago for just the right one to put her Mother’s Day gift in, she picked one that … Continue reading
Poem #10 for National Poetry Month.