NaPoWriMo 4: obviously

Today’s prompt: write about an image from Liminal Spaces. Here’s my chosen image: obviously people often ask why she keeps secrets tucked like used tissues in a jean pocket daring anyone to touch them without asking permission. she never replies. simply stares blankly mascara-streaked cheeks telling a story that cannot be heard by anyone who…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 4: obviously

NaPoWriMo 3: a felt unseen

Day 3 of NaPoWriMo invites us to write a piece using a personal universe deck exercise, extracting two words and writing. As I am softening this journey for myself, this will be a free written poem, crafted spontaneously in 10 minutes or less. Enjoy. a felt unseen inside aquatic velour delicate pulp nestles nook found…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 3: a felt unseen

NaPoWriMo 2: anti-adulting in the key of orange

In alignment with Day 2 of NaPoWriMo here is a free-written piece inspired by Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken.” We are to write about a time when we didn’t take a path and it made all the difference. Photo by Steve Johnson on anti-adulting in the key of orange that’s a fine way…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 2: anti-adulting in the key of orange

NaPoWriMo 1: Inside’a Yes

On a sister’s invitation, I agreed to participate in National Poetry Writing Month this year, to produce 30 poems in 30 days…and most importantly, to create. Today’s Prompt: Inside’a Yes finding self where others have been lost waking just a moment to daydream long enough to regain composure merrily merrily merrily rowing down flowing…… Continue reading NaPoWriMo 1: Inside’a Yes

Dear Womb

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Dear Womb, I want you to know that just because you haven’t birthed any children yet or ever … just because you chose to release some before their full gestation after surveying the landscape of your life and inner reserves … just because some have slipped like sand through clenched fingers … you are STILL…… Continue reading Dear Womb