Throwback Thursday #26–Poem: Night Fold

Photo by Spencer Arquimedes on Unsplash For today's Throwback Thursday piece, I have a poem that I wrote ten years ago. Some of my most inspired writing happens late at night when I can't sleep, and this poem was no exception. I was lying awake at 2 AM, listening to the wind lashing the house (our house at … Continue reading Throwback Thursday #26–Poem: Night Fold

Instructions for Traveling to the Other Side (NaPoWriMo)

Photo by Sammie Vasquez on Unsplash. My first poem for NaPoWriMo. The italicized line is taken from Shakespeare's Sonnet 66, which can be read here.   First, the breathing, Slow in and out, Trimmed to the heartbeat’s metronome, The traffic of the body Transformed into the momentum of glaciers. Tired with all these, from these would I be … Continue reading Instructions for Traveling to the Other Side (NaPoWriMo)