NaPoMo 2010: Day 7

Free Verse Photo of the Day (someone else’s) Amazing Poem of the Day: “Lot’s Wife,” by Anna Akhmatova. Most people know by now that I really like poems that touch on scriptural stories, and this is no exception. Akhmatova is amazing. Day 7 Poem: Fair Trade

NaPoMo 2010: Day 6

Free Verse Photo of the Day (someone else’s) Amazing Poem of the Day: R. Erica Doyle’s “Faggot.” Truly stunning. Day 6 Poem: Having Lunch with Jason Lee

NaPoMo 2010: Day 5

Free Verse Photo of the Day (someone else’s) Amazing Poem of the Day: Lynn Emmanuel’s “Metamorphosis.” Which is simply incredible. Day 5 Poem: Top 10 Flaws of Human Thinking

NaPoMo 2010: Day 4

Free Verse Photo of the Day (someone else’s) Amazing Poem of the Day: Frank O’Hara’s “Song (is it dirty)” which is, quite possibly, my favorite O’Hara poem. Listen to the audio if you can. Day 4 Poem: Easter Morning, or why Jesus doesn’t visit more often

NaPoMo 2010: Day 3

Free Verse Photo of the Day (someone else’s) Amazing Poem of the Day: Brigit Pegeen Kelly’s “Song,” which is SICK (in the slang way) and lovely and haunting and horrible. Day 3 Poem: Simon of Trent

NaPoMo 2010: Day 2

Free Verse Photo of the Day (someone else’s ) Amazing Poem of the Day: Amy David’s “You Also Have a Price,” from Apparatus Magazine. I am honored to have been published alongside this poem, and I relate to it probably a little too directly (having a day job in which I serve as an HR […]

NaPoMo 2010: Day 1

Happy National Poetry Month! Day 1 is upon us, and so I give you: Free Verse Photo of the Day (someone else’s) Amazing Poem of the Day: Today’s comes to us compliments of Boxcar Poetry Review, and Kim Grey, who I am lucky to call a friend and former classmate. (My 1st NaPoem to be […]

the cruelest month

National Poetry Month is fast approaching, which also means that the National Poetry Month Poem-A-Day challenge is also fast approaching! As per usual, I’ll be attempting the insane challenge, posting my results over here. I’m also going to attempt the FreeVerse Photo-A-Day challenge again, and have already started plotting some photos. Leave a comment here […]

NaPoMo Day 29

I’m throwing in the towel. My work life has consumed pretty much everything else recently. I have not taken a lunch in days, which means that my during-the-day writing time is non-existent. And in the evenings, if I’m not housekeeping or running to teeball, I just really want to go to bed. I’m kind of […]

NaPoMo Day 27

My life has been such for the past few days that even blogging is hard to do. Ugh. I’m out of Free Verse Photos, and haven’t had time to do more. However, I’m mostly on track with the poem-a-day challenge; you can see the index of my poem thread here. I do need to write […]