Chilly day rain puddle Gut ache Heart muddle– Gotta stay indoors Keep the feet warm. Let storms wash away All the pain I might meet Should I go to the street: Two powers rule the day: Woden will protect me, Mercury Connect me To all I need to know Better than CNN, NBC, So fuck […]
Photos of Leaves and Trees by Rob Kashey.
cónocht an earraigh * *Irish for Spring Equinox Like a girl in a coma waking in bed the land slowly regains her memory of swollen rain cloud cloak of mist folded on rowan, alder and wych elm Knowing the smoldering heart insists swallows dip in sweeps overhead renewing with twig and dirt in beaks the […]
April Is for Poetry: (29.04 minutes) Poets Nazim Hikmet poem 6.21 (Ed Mast) Crosswords in Morning 1.32 Len Tews Even the Birds 0.57 Sarah Singer For Love of Sunday 0.26 Connie Walle The Beauty of Apples 1.04 Rayn Roberts Atheist in Spring 1.28 Len Tews Red Clover 2.27 Victory Schouten Grandpa 1.48 Len Tews Greatness…2.21 […]
Book Launch Party @ Pioneer Square The Merchants Café 109 Yesler Way Pioneer Square Seattle, WA 98115 03/24/2018 – 4:00pm to 6:00 pm You are invited and hope you can come if you are in the area. No charge and no obligation to buy anything. Love to see you there. Wayfarers-Where No One Is an […]
Green Lake Branch Seattle Public Library 7364 E Greenlake Dr. N, Seattle, WA 98115 04/14/2018 4:00pm to 5:30pm Francine Walls: enjoys traveling & living in places as diverse as Wales & Botswana. Her poems appear in Pontoon, Ekphrasis, damselfly press, Avocet, Strange Poetry among others, the writing text, Writing Across Cultures, & the anthology, Peace Poets (Volume 2). Griffith H. Williams: Within his one-man shop, East […]
Yoga class at the lake, she catches his eye An electric charge in the brain… Not the spring lilac, nor the plum in bloom Something more unnatural The odor of perfume, the beauty in surprise. Waves of the seasons ring the shore Spirit seeks a form, an afternoon union– They do not know what Causes their communion– […]