umbrella sky

beauty stays, while I refrain from past participles of rainmay I always remain inside the mist of the sun while a deluge of fevered feelingscomes forth carrying my heart towards the pastnone can know the pain I carry inside the dew drop known to me as youglistening and shimmering with a vibrancy at noonwe dance […]

umbrella sky

How To Drive Engagement On Your Blog Without Posting Anything.

Every blogger wants to get some sort of engagement on their blog posts whether it’s through likes or comments. It’s obviously easier to get those types of engagements when you are publishing blog posts but if you don’t then you can still receive them and that’s what I’m going to share with you in today’s […]

How To Drive Engagement On Your Blog Without Posting Anything.

JUST ONE: Coralroots

1. Spotted coralroot (Corallorhiza maculata). 2. A group of Spotted coralroots. Hidden in plain sight, modest and peculiar, demanding an effortful eye, distinct from their neighbors, oddly colored, without leaves, they appear irregularly – maybe this year, maybe next. Eccentrically nourished, they hide underground anchors exquisitely attuned to a vast network of fungi. Rootless, alone […]

JUST ONE: Coralroots

Out Now! Wounds I Healed: The Poetry of Strong Women

Dear Readers, It gives me great pleasure to announce the publication of Wounds I Healed: The Poetry of Strong Women, edited and curated by No.1 Amazon Bestselling poet Gabriela Marie Milton and published by Experiments in Fiction, featuring original artwork by Nick Reeves. This hotly-anticipated title is already at No.5 in Amazon’s ‘Hot New Releases’ […]

Out Now! Wounds I Healed: The Poetry of Strong Women

The Rush Is Over

Today’s post comes from Ben. The spring rush is over, at least on our farm. If you’ve got dairy cattle, it’s right into cutting hay and getting that first crop off. But here, we’re just cutting grass over and over again. All the crops are out of the ground, they just need some heat to […]

The Rush Is Over

How Can I Spell You? – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse Sanaa is hosting the Quadrille (44 words) with an invitation to write using one or all of the meanings of the world spell. dVerse Poets – Quadrille – Casting A Poetic Spell Photo by darksouls1 at pixabay.com “Every spell is a journey.” Lawren Leo How Can I Spell You? Samhain’s thinness is an […]

How Can I Spell You? – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Caretaker

How can I measure your blank stare?How can I let you know I’m there?Regular visits with your soul,while keeping my feelings controlled. How can I make you more aware?How can I show how much I care?Hold your hands till our breaths connect.pray to comfort painful unrest. How can I prevent all despair?How can this life […]

Caretaker

Who Turned Off The Life Switch?

My Life is not great, but it’s also not boring. Wildflowers, delicate and fragile, but they have the courage and strength to fight the strongest winds day and night. How much more a Human being created in God’s image? My Life often switches to two contrasting feelings and emotions with moderate intensity in between. Lights […]

Who Turned Off The Life Switch?

The Sea Shell – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Photo: sciencekids.co.nz “The mystical is not how the world is, but that it is.” Ludwig Wittgenstein The Sea Shell The spiral, always the movement, beautiful premonition, the sum of before itself, the string that is this long, a labyrinth of mystical rhythm better than a minotaur’s maze, a way through the demise of certainty, healing […]

The Sea Shell – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon