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An epic begins...

Here is the opening to my epic fantasy, NAVARIN, THUNDER AND SHADE, in which I wander into Game of Thrones and Tolkien territory.  Ish.  I hope you’ll want to read the rest. 1,119 more words

William Stafford

Poetry for Your Monday

So, life has been a little crazy.  Between my last post and now, Chels and I have moved again (not because I wanted to, but environmental issues in the house were making me really sick)!   277 more words

Rhythms

How You Stand Here Matters

I’ve shared it recently, but I must share it again:  a poem by William Stafford, called Being A Person. 

I’ll share a few more thoughts afterwards, too, but first, the poem. 622 more words

C R E A T I V I T Y

A Sense of Belonging

Faisal was sweating.  The a/c on the overcrowded train wasn’t working, and the bulky overcoat he was sweltering in didn’t help.  They’re looking at me – Everyone in this carriage is looking at me! 568 more words

William Stafford

Poetic contemplation: William Stafford on writing, pursuing your life dreams and accepting your true nature —

I love everything about this…

©justagirllost2~ Monique

*Reblogged from https://businessinrhyme.com/

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William Stafford is an American contemporary poet and writer. Born in 1914, his early teenage and adult years were marked with effort to support family by doing various seasonal jobs.

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Books Acquired Recently

My book-buying habit continues unabated despite my stuffed “To Read” shelf. Here is what has come in recently.

Kafer, Alison. Feminist, Queer, Crip. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2013. 472 more words

Literature