This free verse poem falls in Part II of ‘Elemental,’ a poetry series on love, sex and relationships. This one, like many in Part II is dedicated to my husband. As always, I welcome feedback for the final draft. Continue reading Poetry: Improvident Soulmates
The anthology includes some incredible poems on themes ranging from love and heartbreak, family and friendship, the inherent beauty of nature, and so much more. I’m honored to have my work placed aside both newly emerging voices as the name implies, as well as other more established writers, such as Amanda G. Crum, Delaney L. Holt, Bobbi Dawn Rightmyer, Tatiana Ryckman and Mervyn R. Seivwright, among others. Continue reading 'Training Wheels' published in 'Kentucky's Best Emerging Poets 2019: An Anthology'
Taking a quick departure from Elemental, this poem has little to do with love, but I’ll stop there. On this one, I’d love to get your take; what do you see in this poem? First, a huge thanks to my first 100 followers and a quick look at our growth. Continue reading Poetry: Survey of a Poet
Another from my series on love, sex and relationships, on attempting to create love with an ill-suited match. Continue reading Prose Poem: Little Butch Blue
Another poem from my series on love, sex and relationships. Continue reading Prose Poem: All of You
This poem comes from my untitled series about love, sex and relationships. While it doesn’t quite fit what I’m doing with the other poems in the series, it’s a counterbalance of sorts and will represent either a change or break in the poems. To be honest, I’m not sure I love the poem as much as the person it’s about, but when my critiquing buddy … Continue reading Poetry: The Last Man