December Poetry Roundup

17 December 2020 Freedom is found In knowledge sought Connections imagined – New dawning era of thought Yet none speaks wisely Who claim to know all Pushing forth their opinions As to not seem so small Compensation calculation For indiscretions of past Look instead to the future Nothing Can Last 11 December 2020 There’s aContinue reading “December Poetry Roundup”

Pacific Northwest Ramblings

Cascadia We climb into the cloud forest–Sleepy trees draped in moss blanketsSlumbering to bird song lullabiesDreaming of snow covered melodiesMelting into symphonies of spring Thank you for taking the time to read this post! It first appeared on Twitter here.

外人 (Gaijin)

A slightly different forgotten poem. This one is from December 2014. I found this one while organizing my office and included a horrendous drawing I found with it. Written while in San Francisco, it’s not anything I would submit for publication. I can’t provide insight into the title I gave it, but I’m open toContinue reading “外人 (Gaijin)”

December 2019: “Christmas Magic” by Alaine Greyson and Marie McGrath in Summary

Summary (Warning: Mild Spoilers): “Christmas Magic” is a collection of 7 short stories by Alaine Greyson and Marie McGrath focusing on love and family around the holidays in the face of struggle with grief, tragedy, and of course everyone’s greatest enemies: themselves. Each story takes the time to address what it means to be successful,Continue reading “December 2019: “Christmas Magic” by Alaine Greyson and Marie McGrath in Summary”