#OctPoWriMo2018 · blitz · family · OctPoWriMo · parent child relationship · poetry

Poetry Day 13 — Attitude & Price

Today's offering is in the following form: The Blitz Poem, a poetry form created by Robert Keim. The prompts for today's OctPoWriMo includes, "If I Were You. Are there things you sometimes need to get off your chest? When was the last time you felt strongly that someone needed to see things from your point… Continue reading Poetry Day 13 — Attitude & Price

#OctPoWriMo2017 · acrostic · OctPoWriMo · parent child relationship · poetry · remembrance

Day 5 — OctWriPoMo — The Story Remains the Same

image link Today's prompt got me thinking about what I've learned from my parents.  It's a ponderance I've had over the years that what's been learned is a mixed bag.  Parental attributes are a double-edged sword, a yin and yang, if you will.  I have no idea whether this can be considered poetry or not,… Continue reading Day 5 — OctWriPoMo — The Story Remains the Same

parent child relationship · remembrance

Black Sheep

Looking through my library this morning, I came across a letter and some poetry a friend of mine sent me back in 1995, shortly after my father passed away.  It triggered an emotional response that there is space to allow its full expression.  Many times these triggers cannot be but fleetingly acknowledged, as they are… Continue reading Black Sheep