Palabras de Miércoles

Today’s post is a little different from the norm.  Dating a girl who speaks and knows multiple languages has its perks, mainly all the new words in different languages she will use on a daily basis.  Another perk though, is that she opens my world to this poetry that is absolutely marvelous. But not just…

Wednesday Words

I am in Love with High Far Loving Places by Arthur Davison Ficke I am in love with high far-seeing places That look on plains half-sunlight and half-storm,—  In love with hours when from the circling faces Veils pass, and laughing fellowship glows warm. You who look on me with grave eyes where rapture  And April love…

Writing Appreciation Wednesday

The Path That Leads Nowhere by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson (1861-1933) Corinne was the sister to President Theodore Roosevelt.  I found this in a book of Poetry while my flight was delayed in Austin on my way to see a friend in Houston.  I bolded the last paragraph, because it is my favorite part of the…

Day 25: Dearly departed

January 25: Dearly departed Write your own eulogy. For this post, I plan on writing this eulogy as if I die much later in life, and not at this very moment in time. Today we gather to share a life that was lived to its fullest. A life that took multiple turns in so many…

Hidden Meanings

I have never been a big fan of poetry. To much analyzing and looking for a hidden meaning behind the words. When in reality the words could very well mean what they are suppose to mean. Just read it, enjoy it, and find pleasure from the words. I’ve always been a fan of TED Talks…