Sunday, June 9, 2013

Word Windows

Since elementary school I have written poetry. Back then, it was in my Hello Kitty notebook and it was about Mom, Dad, holidays, love and well, chickens because my neighbors had a chicken coup. Who new chickens could be so inspiring? Today, I write in a Italian red leather journal (Thank you Darlene!), on random restaurant napkins, and in tiny spiral notebooks that I keep tucked in my purse and car just in case inspiration strikes. Chickens no longer inspire, but people, mystical experiences and great views do. Now it is time to corral all these paper scribbles and get them online. So I started a poetry blog.

I thought about posting poetry here on, but I thought it would be best to keep this site for words stretched into complete sentences and coherent thoughts (or as close as possible!) so I will keep posting essays, stories and reflections here and as always, your comments are always welcome and appreciated.  But if you'd like some poetry to go with your essays and short stories, please check out:Word Windows Poetry Blog

If the link doesn't work, you can copy and paste the following into your browser:

Got a poem of your own or a classic you recommend?  
Submit your poetry to me by emailing me on Facebook at and I'll post it for you.
Or email me using the last 9 bold characters in the web address above followed by
Your poems need not be polished or rival Robert Frost. Mine certainly won't, but hopefully, they will be interesting and inspiring.

Thanks for your support!

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