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I'm headed off to Camp!

Camp NaNoWriMo, that is. 

For the second year, I will be participating in this event beginning April first. As you may or nay not know, at Camp, you get to set your own goals and can write a new novel or complete one already begun. 118 more words




Through the veil
of his essence
she escaped danger, malice
from a man broken
down bare to bones
of his tormented mind twisted
into the bowels of his self-hatred… 80 more words


When Lovers Return

I do remember, when as a younger child

I would wait while season’s change mild

Temperatures rising did play my heart

When summer’s air would define my art… 79 more words


Remains of the Season

Wind thrashes in trees
like a wild beast
tangled in a net
as Winter falls
to the feet
of Spring.

© Roxi St. Clair


Joseph Saling reblogged this on The New Word Mechanic and commented:

Check out this latest post at Roxi St. Clair. (And then spend some time roaming the site. You'll be glad you did.) It demonstrates an excellent understanding of the Haiku Sensibility and how to apply it in English poetry. The only suggestion I would make if I were editing the poem would be to consider the word "at" rather than "to" in the fifth line.