After an unexpected, uncontrollable change in plans, we were no longer headed to Houston for the afternoon, so we all jumped in the car and had the conversation we have had a thousand times. “Where do you want to eat?” “I… Read More ›
A haiku poem about the contradiction between human concerns, observations, and the broader world.
Angry hands shaping pottery Pottery forcefully replicated Replicated with maker’s fears Fears that misunderstand Misunderstand and forget Forget the purpose of pottery – Pottery never dedicated Dedicated woefully and forced to bend Bend and break Break and bend and … Read More ›
My latest poem about the magical power of words on a page came during a “bell hooks” moment, that is when I wanted to sleep but my brain had other plans.
Poem inspired by the juxtapositions of life.