Day 36: Writers Life

Organizing my poetry folder this morning, I found a little day-in-the-life story from October 2018.  It is primarily about the way fickle inspiration for a poem or a short story sometimes comes to you, and if you’re not disciplined enough, it flies away, forgotten forever.  Thought I would share it today. A poetess friend ofContinue reading “Day 36: Writers Life”

Poem: Committed

  Committed By Shannon P. Laws   Glazed eyes search for the right word It runs from you scared of what you might do to it A crowbar works at the hinge Pats of butter melt under the skin Bowl of round berries feeds flies While the smell of an idea the breath of aContinue reading “Poem: Committed”