Welcome to my creative space where I share poems that will move you (many w/audio), stories that will entertain you, photographs that will uplift you, and people who will inspire you. 🌞
My weekly reflective posts ask you to pause, take a deep breath, and a minute or two, which I hope for your sake, you have the time to do. If you appreciate generous portions of thoughtfully crafted inspiring words, then this space will suit you.
Since beginning this blog in August of 2019 I have written about a variety of topics, including, the natural world, love, loss, art, dancing, writing, reading, teaching, self-discovery, empowerment, strong women, meditation, music, motivation, dreams, death, isolation, the global pandemic, social justice issues, and I sprinkle in life’s playful and funny. Most of the photos shared were taken by me and are carefully chosen to enhance each post to give you a visual escape during your busy day.
I invite you to join me on this inspirational journey where I capture and interpret what I see, hear, and feel around me.
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Published Pieces– National Association for Poetry Therapy (The Museletter); Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University (Piper Poetry Month Anthology); Arizona Parks and Recreation Association Magazine; The Story You Need to Tell author site; four eBooks and three chapbooks (see below); PhoebeMD: Medicine + Poetry (story); Gobblers Masticadores (ongoing published pieces) Poems on Display: WV Art Gallery displayed two of my poems for an art exhibit Poetry readings: Featured poet on Second Saturdays (virtual event); WHAM underground poetry participant
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The echo of music, laughter, clinking glasses, dancing feet, and crisp turned pages lingered in the room. The freshly painted walls were alive with angelic dancers, projected by flickering flames. Two figures on the balcony became one silhouette when he pulled her close. His soft kisses on the back of her neck were interrupted by …
The framed featured photograph of the Twin Towers (above) had a place of prominence in my current office for over eight years. Hanging on the wall directly across from my office door and to the right of my computer, I have gazed at this photo countless times for a total of seventeen years. Even though …
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