It’s been a while since I’ve posted but I wanted to check in, let people know I’m still writing and give an update on a few things that have been happening for me recently. As I mentioned in my last blog post, I’ve been taking a poetry class at Vancouver Island University. It’s been pretty … More Hey Everyone
Day One of my poetry class was a success! I met so many wonderful students with similar interests and the same passion as me, many of which I can already tell are amazing writers. I am beyond excited to read their work and to have them read mine. Extra bonus: my teacher is extremely cool, … More Embracing Change
There was a full moon out last night But there they were, dancing under strobe lights And we wonder where the wild things went I’d take a dollar for every hour that’s spent Searching the internet for answers in vein While we should all be out there shouldering some blame Cause’ how many times have … More What’s Coming
Happy Monday everyone! I have news that is not poetry related so here I am writing a blog post that is not a poem…a rare occurrence for me, I know. Perhaps too rare? Anyways, I just wanted to let everyone know that one of my short stories is now available for reading to everyone for the … More I’m Published!
Down by the river The young sparrow waits in vain Hold on, he whispers Here in the garden The blue jay hears a new song Time to sore, he sings While near the sea-shore An eagle bows his bald head Me instead, he prays The old man just smiles Not today, he says to them … More Come Dawn
I confess the mess I am kneeling bedside before you, who bares witness the fraud in me, cowering in moral incompetence. Surely you must know already of my guileless deceit? The way I await so willingly, yearning; hungry for your closure; the need to feel your needing me in all the old forbidden ways.
Time brought us here To the morning of your first steps To the places where the change happened To your arms around his neck Time brought us here Through every phase we’ve ever known It brought the morning to your coffee Winter to first snow But you – you brought the fire You brought the … More In the Wake