Alliterating in April

  New beginnings, fresh sheets of paper, unused ink, words yet to be written, seeds waiting to be scattered, blooms in the heart. National Poetry Month is a month for poets to come out of hiding— out of stuffy libraries, out of book-riddled bedrooms, out of tiny offices.  It’s when we gather over cups ofContinue reading “Alliterating in April”

The Poetry of April

Dear Visitor, Thank you for stopping by. Take as long as you like, and be sure to check out the latest news & events, and join the Facebook page for your chance to win a special gift. April is upon us.  A month of rain showers, sunlight and the possibility of new growth. I’m reminded of the firstContinue reading “The Poetry of April”

Firesmoke

And so, April comes to an end. A month of low temperatures, frigid rain and obstacles is over. When T.S Eliot wrote “April is the cruellest month”, he knew what he was talking about. If I could give this April a vocabulary, some of the words would be: endurance, frustration, elation, perseverance, realization, patience. WhenContinue reading “Firesmoke”