Tomorrow my husband and I are leaving for a Labor Day camp trip in northern Minnesota. I have every intention of posting my poems from the great outdoors, however, there is a chance I won't have the connection to do so. If I do not, fear not, the poems will be written and I will post the missing days when I return. Have a wonderful holiday weekend!
I find the entire concept of time a fascinating topic to explore. Here are just some topsy turvy ways to think about the adages we have about it.
One of my most favorite classes I've ever taken in my lifetime was my linguistic anthropology course taught by Professor David Valentine at the University of Minnesota. It seemed each class time would leave my mind spinning with newly discovered connections for my worldview.
I'm still dizzyingly in love with my husband five years after our wedding day. Yet, I know from experience that heartbreak brings the worst sort of pain so today's poem is meant to help anyone going through a hard breakup. As my sister said in her speech at my reception "you have to kiss a few frogs to find your prince".
I cannot tell you how many times in my life I put something in a "clever place" where I was sure I would think to look again only to seek it out hours or days later and have no earthly idea where I put it.
Here is a poem I wrote about a book I read recently. The book is called Skullsworn and it's written by Brian Staveley. It was a unique and exciting read. My poem is a spoiler.
Creative enthusiast, gregarious naturalist, opinionated activist, RYT 200. Amy Kay Czechowicz completed a poetry challenge for 2018 by posting an original poem daily to this blog and she's doing it again in 2020! You can read those and more by clicking and exploring below!