I’m honored to share a poem from my friend, Northern California writer Richard Turton. The Eagle Cried The acrid smell of cordite Still hovered in the air. No breeze to wash away The scent of Satan’s hair. The Medivac’s are fading now, Their cabins filled with dead. So many grisly pictures Are surging through…
In memory for those who have given their lives for our freedom: From poet and friend and Viet Nam Vet Rick Turton: Click here for: The Eagle Cried.
I’d like to introduce you to a poet, a bear of a man, a free-thinker, a man with a loud laugh and a gentle touch. A man with few filters, but a man of great words. Daniel E. Tanzo.Celebrate with me the poetry… Click here to read more: via Silk She is.
Click here for: A need you dare not admit. Poetry on a Vampire Mom blog? Why? I’ll tell you..
Click here for words from a talented young poet: We destroy and help make screaming silence.
More absolutely wonderful poetry from John Coyote…Click here for: My Winter love. If you aren’t following johncoyote.wordpress.com you should be. It will touch your heart and soul.
The Wednesday Corner With Juliette Kings A need you dare not admit. Click here for the entire article and poetry
A beautiful and powerful post. It will touch your soul: The Wednesday Poetry Corner: Featuring Alan Patrick Traynor..
I have had a lucky streak …. a fair number of years in the company of some stellar songwriters – one of my favorites – songwriter, singer of songs and musician Darrell Scott. Darrell writes songs that lean into the deep cuts of this land ; a little Country, a little Americana, a whole fishing…
I am SO GLAD to have discovered the most wonderful blog with the most wonderful poetry. Take a break and treat yourself… Click here for: The desert came to tea.
More poetry: Unfinished Symphony….
More on Poets – well worth taking a look: Wednesday On The Plum Tree: The Brisbane Connection With Tony Mutton.