Category Archives: Poetry
THE VIETNAM WAR is a ten-part, 18-hour documentary film series directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick that will air on PBS in September 2017. https://youtu.be/Ex9MdsQzazs As She Remembers 1968 Rain falls hard on his burned out bunker as ashes … Continue reading
I’m delighted to release details of my first published poetry book, “Dead Orchids.” You can find it at Amazon.com. I can’t wait to hear your feedback!
How Mommies Grow Up flashes of lightning and I run trying not to clutch my son too close afraid he’ll be infected with my fear but we’re in the basement again his eyes wide too young to say silly mommy … Continue reading
The ending is so final – so deep. Photo Credit: Leilani Haag
My first marriage was arraigned by fate and my first born. I did not mind, what else would I be doing? My heart was protected by baby kisses. Hubby left me and our television for a woman who could decorate … Continue reading
Shaman I went to see a shaman looking for a missing part hoping to find a cure for an empty ache in my heart the shaman shared some stories I explained my need we agreed a journey would help me … Continue reading
There you are as if it were fate but that doesn’t happen right?