Traffic #children #atozchallenge #Uganda

    From the Iron Donkey I watch a normal afternoon in Gulu two boys four eyes  traffic people, animals, motorcycles *iron donkeys, cars and trucks       The Iron Donkey is a guest house where we stay in Gulu. The iron donkey is also what Westerners consider a bicycle.      

A to Z and Back Again #atozchallenge

As so many, I am writing a succinct reflection on the 2015 A to Z Challenge. Each year I have a different focus: this year’s primary focus was to high- light several friends who (I think) are gifted writers. I also wanted to share about a poetry book (A Song for Liberia) that will be published […]

Embrace Emotion #atozchallenge #poetry #photography

 unscrew the light bulb cram my feelings til they blaze  can’t tell until I’m limp you  are truly crazed clamp down the wire cutters frenzied barbed wire  dance   wrap careless about my heart are you looking for your chance? turn the car’s ignition let fumes suck away the air I died so  long ago no […]

Alive with Poetry and the letter “A” #atozchallenge #poetry #photography

a light a stir little could we manage to muster winds pink, breezy and blustered being under spring’s spell we flurried and fell into a whirling white well ***  ” Poetry’s task is to reconcile us to the world — not to accept it at face value or to assent to things that are wrong, but […]

The Bottom of the A to Z rung #poetry #photography #atozchallenge

So many people from different worlds all in the same place A to Z was a whirl ** stories and history and puzzles and string pictures and fantasy they all had a ring ** so many choices you just have to know if it weren’t for Arlee it wouldn’t have been a “go” ** when […]

Your Arms #poetry #atoz #napowrimo

Maybe it takes walking through life’s fiercest heated fires to arrive at  green meadows feel each blade of grass grow * Maybe it takes enduring life’s harshest foamy storms to revel in radiant sunshine as it sparkles in your eyes * Maybe it takes an upending, battering shipwreck to relish salt’s splash playing upon cheek […]

With Love for Xanthus #atozchallenge #greekmythology #poetry #napowrimo #photography

Through the window she peers this goddess with a plan this beauty is a fool safety leave for another man * Inflicted with a love she knows not where it’s from she cries into the winds Xanthus to you I come * Upon a ship she goes into the foamy sea waving to one and […]

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