Tag Archives: poetry

Poetry’s Sonnet

Tonight I was collaborating with former New Hampshire Poet Laureate, Marie Harris, to prepare for her upcoming Webinar about the Prose Poem (Monday at 7 PM–register through the NH Writers’ Project). We discussed various types of poems. She described the … Continue reading

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About My Mom

In a sea of activity, Mom was patient and kind. Continue reading

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Fluid Beauty

Three weeks ago, my NaNoWriMo goals were set in a post called, From NYC to Temple Bar.  Since then, Syrian refugees, Beirut, Paris, more refugees, and helpless sorrow. Often my goals seem naive and superficial, but never so much as … Continue reading

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Wkly Brief – NH Literary Hall of Fame

Were you raised on poetry, the way I was? In the evenings, did your mother tuck you in, and sit on the edge of the bed with a poetry book, while your older brother leaned against her shoulder and pointing … Continue reading

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Weekly Brief – What the Voice is Saying

(photo temporarily not available). Several years ago a supervisor told me that some of my coworkers felt overwhelmed by my effusiveness in meetings.  I left my supervisor’s office hurt and angry. Back at my desk, I wrote a less poetic, … Continue reading

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