Perfect Soldiers, by Gabriel Cortez. More incredible youth stories tied to health via TheBiggerPicture.org.(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
"An Unrehearsed Poem" by M received this evening in a swap at the Swap-O-Matic at Ample Hills Creamery. I’m fascinated by this project’s purpose and social commentary, and even found myself weighing the options of what I wanted to take through the lens of what it would say about and mean to me. (If I… Continue reading
I like the man-smell of a hardware store: odors of old leather, fresh cut lumber, oiled machines, limey smell of plaster and new paint. I like the men who come to hardware stores, men with calloused hands in dirty jeans and sweaty shirts, men who work. I remember times we came together for shingles and… Continue reading
Don’t know if any of you faithful readers remember way back earlier this summer when a friend was looking for other friends to write a poem, but I finally did it. And I kind of like it. So, I now (with extreme trepidation) share it with you. Untitled (right?)i don’t know exactly what a poem… Continue reading I wrote a poem (?)
A very dear friend of mine had a super unique idea to collect poems from her friends for her 25th birthday. We were given free reign; it can be “your favorite, an original, something silly or sweet, meaningful or obscene - whatever you feel”. I like it, especially because we’re thousands of miles away and it’s a… Continue reading Help me write a poem. Nifty cause.
"Our World" by me with the help of Haikubes.