Musing pen in hand... In response to a blog post from Jane Davies (https://janedavies-collagejourneys.blogspot.com/2022/12/committing-to-play.html?fbclid=IwAR08TZhbc-mTGUCYBX0159bVh5PGEq7VkxyFEwwGpkLnj0ScDE5ROHf1czQ) an artist whose style I admire and whose teaching style fits my learning style, someone who I don’t even know posted this: "… If the creative work gets to the point, where it is not enjoyable then I don't do it … Continue reading A muse at day’s ending toward a new year
Crow Lessons in poem form
Crow Lessons susanna suchak Clickety, clack, talking back Crow sits, watches intently I sit, We—Sharing secrets he— Resting in old tree Me—Sipping cuppa tea Lone souls he and me Still, we’re Good company.
Today Patti Digh called her blog Poetry Wednesdays and it gave me the idea for this. We have had FOUR days of sunshine in Owen Sound and Juno came nowhere near. But my cousin, Dawn Walker lives in Saugus, Massachusets and they got whacked. I've shared this poem at Page to Stage and it seemed … Continue reading Because…
Right on cue the sun has reappeared in the Owen Sound sky. Tomorrow we gather at Heartwood Home to play, to laugh, to connect. I am sooo ready for this. Thanks to Teesha Moore and Carla Sonheim for sharing their talents which inspired me to stretch and grow my creativity... We'll take our glossy "junk … Continue reading Sunshine!