Where the hell have you been?

So, I’m a writer. Which means I have a “real job” and I write when I can. Which, for me, is when it’s not peak wedding season. I have a venue in Northern Michigan. It’s a really great little venue that’s in high demand for couples looking for a fairytale wedding. So, from May until […]

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NaPoWriMo Poem #30: My Job Now

This is the final entry for the April 2019 National Poetry Writing Month Challenge: 30 Poems in 30 Days. This has been so interesting and like any creative endeavor, it makes me want to go make something else. I think I’ll do some painting next… But for now, for Paul, who filled the world for […]

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NaPoWriMo Poem #29: That’s Ever Been

Poem #29 of 30 That’s Ever Been When he says My God, you’re beautiful Believe it Believe it Believe it Like a radio wave Continuing out into the universe forever- So are the moments when You come to know yourself Through someone else’s eyes Believe it Even when you cannot reconcile That love flushed observation […]

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NaPoWriMo Poem #25: Cocoon

#25 of 30 Cocoon Time presses into itself until six months is just a day Every time I get it right I have to leave again Gone- To that other home where Parts of me live out Those same parts that cocoon over winter Dreams of color and sound Hidden beneath a cold, white blanket […]

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