Monthly Archives: December 2013

Happy *cough* New Year

I’ve been sick off and on for the past two weeks. Some awful allergy/cold combo that went away and snuck back on Christmas (red bow included). I’m about ready to cut my head off. Pat said the allergies may have … Continue reading

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A not very Christmasy Christmas poem

My mom asks me to write Christmas poems every year for our cards. We’ve been doing it since I was in 10th grade, I think. She’ll take the photo, I’ll write the words and lately the poems that I try … Continue reading

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So you know what’s awesome?

My web elf completely transferred my entire site to a new host that has UNLIMITED space and now I can post whatever the eff I want LIKE A BILLION PHOTOS and NO ONE CAN STOP ME!!!!!!!! So I’m going to … Continue reading

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David Biespiel's 10 things successful poets do

DAVID BIESPIEL’S POETRY WIRE: 10 THINGS SUCCESSFUL POETS DO BY DAVID BIESPIEL 10. They Get Over Themselves Yehuda Amichai says, “I think when you’re a poet you have to forget you’re a poet — a real poet doesn’t draw attention … Continue reading

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It's ALIIIIIVE!!!!!

Some of you may recognize parts of this one. It was partially born here on the blog. But today, with a little tweaking, it’s reborn on Cease, Cows (an awesome flash fiction lit mag). I’m so so excited they accepted … Continue reading

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Raising an army

The beldams are out today shuffling their carts. Maroon smocks, pointy hats and gloves. The desert cold slows hands to wish bones, easily broken. Their men are dead. Of course, they’ve outlived them. They wear Christ around their necks. Yell … Continue reading

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