Pearl Girl pushed the shopping cart onto the grass of Buttonville Park. She had been so busy daydreaming about all the other button people she would meet once she found them that she hadn’t paid attention to where she was going. The cart was a lot harder to push on the grass than it had … More Episode 9: Pearl Girl and the Unbutton Man
Poetry Poker deal from a few weeks back. Found this in my backpack on a piece of scratch paper and pulled out my cards. Play along! Write your own version and share it in the comments or link to your own social media. Think Poetry Poker might be cool? Buy decks on Etsy.
My Poetry Poker deal this week. You are all invited to write your own and share it in the comments or post a link! Buy Poetry Poker decks on Etsy.
I found a counterpart sort of on Instagram for a little poetry play. Check out the words of @romeowrites. When the Devil grins, light bleeds in, Blinding and unholy. I pack my sins With my own sweet grin And find my darkness Waiting for me.
I do not fear my darkness; My nightmares are old, old friends who dance while the devil plays lullabies and carves poetry into my soul. No, I do not fear my darkness. What I fear is the light where the sun erases verses and I reach for my words in that silence, so unknown and … More Darkness and Light
Yesterday I burned, my soul a secret, vibrant storm, dangerous and electric. But today I am a darker beast, all stretch marks and scars and thinking, drowning in my own sharp and terrible beauty. Christine Haggerty