Hey Ladies! Quarantine Edition | Cosmopolitan Memorial Day | Poetry Five Judges Say Rosa Jimenez Was Wrongly Convicted. So Why is She Dying in Prison? | Texas Monthly Artbites | The Huntington My apologies if you received a blank version of this post this morning. To lift the hood up, these posts are written inContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 5/25/2020”
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I recall that, hence the bruise, I guess I didn’t realize everything else falling entails.
April in National Poetry Month. From Jared: Thirty//Thirty 2014 04/30: Flipping I journey back through the past few pages and wonder: “Where do I come up with this stuff?”
We know from implication that Hope springs eternal and Eternal springs hope (in context and not exactness) And while I can’t speak for a man’s breast, or what it’s like to rest, what it’s like to be papally blessed, I know that Hope springs eternal from the bus terminal.
No, just a jam. maybe a groove — but definitely not a banger.
So, some friars walk into a Starbucks — “Does this have caffeine in it?” One brother asks with a smile. “Have you seen the light of Christ?” Another asks. “..one of us is from California, and then we have New York, Florida, New Jersey…” “I think the practices of the Buddhist monk are beautiful.” NodsContinue reading “2/30 – Santa Ynez in the Good Land”
p4p You were the surfer in shorts concerned that the water was cold and I was the woman going to watch the sunset at Campus Point. You had a nice smile and thought I went to UCSB. I hope you caught at least one wave before bailing. The sunset was perfect. Usually I don’t participateContinue reading “1/30 – Missed Connections”
Besides a day of tricks and jokes April 1st marks the start of National Poetry Month. As the month goes on, I plan to incorporate some hands-on activities for this display. Stay tuned!
Several of my friends participated in a challenge where they wrote a poem a day for the duration of April. Jared and Tiffany did great! Some of their gems: Bearded Ballads 28/30: Crosswalk Morning fog yet to have burned off, but here comes the sun. Head swims through the thickness as I’m hailed name calledContinue reading “30/30 Poetry Challenge”