So love reading the philosophy of poetic form shared on Suzanne’s blog. If you love Haiku form this post is really worth a visit and a comment.
I look through the possible
to find the improbable.
I gaze through the openings
to find the beckoning.
Pools of meditation
gather my earth mother
to father sky
My brother’s tree tells me
‘look beyond the cave.’
My ocean sister’s mythology
sing to me
. . . the impossible.
(c) June Perkins.
A special thank you to all those joining this poetry space this year. I have some bold new plans for my blogs next year and am looking forward to redefining these spaces.
I have some bold new plans for my blog next year.
After some soul searching I truly know why I want this blog to exist and what I’d like it to achieve.
I am announcing the end of blog tours, although I have truly loved hosting people at the blog and hope you will take the time to leave a comment for the wonderful Karen Tyrrell, and visit any of my visiting writers and stress that this does not mean the end of visitors, far from it.
New directions! You’ll just have to wait and see.
This year has been a year of working out why I write, who for, and achieving some long held goals.
I’ve met some truly incredible mentors, at work, writing groups, public talks, and in the global cyberspace. I’ve also rediscovered a love of research!
Right now, a new logo is in the works, the…
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Always enjoy visiting Suzanne’s blogs to find out out what she has been writing and thinking about.