#414: Love Poem for My School, April 10, 2022

I’ve spent 37 yearsof my life within your walls. I grew up there, my teenage brain nourished, my creativityencouraged–flourished.That bedrock of careplanted seedsthat would germinateinto a course of study, a search for vocationthat would bring meback inside this campusfor a career. As I evolved, so did your walls, shifting, growing, moving into newspaces, to suchContinue reading “#414: Love Poem for My School, April 10, 2022”

#144: Love Poem

Today from http://www.napowrimo.net: “I challenge you to write a “loveless” love poem. Don’t use the word love! And avoid the flowers and rainbows.”  So here’s a love poem about my mother and father for which I tried to avoid cliché and all the other various love poem traps. Love Poem I think of my mother massagingContinue reading “#144: Love Poem”