Photographed in my backyard earlier this summer.
At the back of the pile of books by my bed, I recently re-discovered my author's copy of Inside Brilliance: Havik 2021 - one in a series of annual anthologies put out through a Los Positas College program. (Los Positas College is in Livermore, California - which is in the San Francisco Bay Area.) Cover … Continue reading The forgotten publication
I spend a lot of time sitting at my desk, staring at my computer. And I like to not do that sometimes too. This past weekend I took 72 hours off - completely disconnected from the internet and without looking at my computer screen once. (I started on Friday.) One of the last things I … Continue reading Offline Time
Have you been to the everlasting June Where all the girls dance with strawberry flowers in their hair How do you get there? It is found on the other side in the silver of a waxing daytime moon And every day is one of the first days of summer
Here is another one of the poems I wrote this month - this one does not quite make it to the serious editing stage either - while it might be tuned a little tighter, the general consensus from my critique readers is that I have other stronger poems from this month to work on improving … Continue reading Before they come