Tag Archives: poetry
sweet mounds of purple summer aching to burst upon tempted tongues willing to cozy up to muffin batter in a 400 degree oven or cram a piecrust jam jar freezer bag tagged “home-grown berries” pleasantly plump a little seedy looking … Continue reading
happiness travels at the speed of delight from child to parent
Listen to the crackling fire’s dying embers and flickering flames “Sticks and stones, skin and bones, we are all the same.”
Today is a delightful new day in your neurodegenerative life! Your brain chemistry — particularly your dopamine levels — are in the joy zone. Maintain current medication regime. Go for a walk, take a nap, attend Twisted Poets Literay Salon tonight … Continue reading
Divine surgery Rib-less bliss in the garden Come. Pulse. Eve. Scholar.
Seventy-five years ago today, my Baba was in labour with her first child — my Dad. Advice is free, my Grandma had plenty She married for love when she was twenty She always said don’t hold in your pee Try … Continue reading
From seed to seedling You have blossomed believing Love follows leaving
Join writer Kim Clark at the Poetry Crawl on Sunday October 14th. It starts at Renaissance Books in New West @ 1:00, then crawls to Heritage Grill for Poetic Justice. Open mics at both locations. For more info, call 604-525-4566.