Poem by Lora Harvey Image by Photo by NOAA on Unsplash Barely adrift long after the last raging storm has passed. The beating, scorching sun an equally opposing enemy, and just as brutal. Surrounded by taunting waves lapping against my parched skin. Teasing me with their deceiving nature; appearing as respite for my intense thirst.… Read More Poetry: Between Two Storms
Image by Elisa CB (Unsplash) Since being back at work after 6 weeks of rest, life has been a whirlwind. The magazine went out, submissions are coming in for the third issue, and I have a steady stream of editing projects on hand on top of my full-time job. There were days I felt like… Read More How Do You Handle the Whirlwind?
I’ll Go Where You Send Me by April Ojeda I’ll go where you send me, I’ll write words you lend me, But fall out of step on the way. Distracted by options And prone to disruptions Oft veering off-course. God, I may Run far off and leave you Then call when I need… Read More Poetry: I’ll Go Where You Send Me
Guest post by Anne Perreault There are days when I can’t get my mind around my own problems. I mull them over and over, allowing them to steal my joy. I permit myself these moments because I believe I’m entitled to them. After all, I’m very good at pity parties. For me as a writer,… Read More Be Still My Worried Heart