Tag Archives: love

Through My Fingers

Hi. It's me. 😊 I've come to share a poem I wrote recently. Not all writing is pub'd - but this piece will be. (If you're hearing an echo of "Not all heroes wear capes," that's what I was going for. 😊) In time for poetry month, too! I'm thinking it'll make the after-Fourteen-to-Fortyish collection.…
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I Really Don’t Know Clouds – At All

On Tuesday afternoon, as I made my way south on Bay Street, I crossed paths with a toddler. His mom - I'm guessing she was his mom - was just about two metres away. It seemed as though he had been preoccupied with gazing at his reflection in Scotiabank's window. Tourists. When I came upon…
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From the Intro – 2

The second and final part of the Introduction to Fourteen to Fortyish: The Formative Years: The sweet spots in writing these poems have been found in the highest of highs - "There's no drug like adrenaline," as ALIAS character, Sydney Bristow said - and in the lowest of lows. There's hardly ever an in-between. The…
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From the Intro – 1

From the Introduction to Fourteen to Fortyish: The Formative Years: I do not have a story. I am a story. I have a voice. For many years, I have been using my voice to share myself with others. I have grown. I have loved. I have lost. And, I have learned along the way to…
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