My poem about my first job filling vending machines at a plastics factory (Fluffed, Not Crushed) has been published by Silver Birch Press today. Check it out here (June 26th): https://silverbirchpress.wordpress.com/
#26 Dime on the floor of the metro train, footprints of urbanization
#25 Starbucks cup sits alone on the city bench exhaling steam in the soft rain.
I am pleased to announce that Three Line Poetry has included one of my poems in its 43rd issue. See the poem here: http://threelinepoetry.com/issue.php?id=43&issue=43
#24 In the spirit of the recent Wonder Woman movie, who is your favorite super hero –real or not? Write about it.
#23 You find a torn piece of paper in the gutter. Handwritten are the words: I did all that you told me. Now what?
So excited! My book “Medusa: The Lost Daughter” will be coming out this fall! Yes! This is a long collection of narrative poetry based on the Medusa myth. Will post more when it is released!
#22 No headlights, the car inches away from the curb away from him, never to return…
#21 Go to the world map. Land your finger on the first country you know nothing about. Write about it
#20 Take a sheet of paper full of text. Shred it into 6 pieces. Take one piece and write down the words left. Craft a stanza out of those words.