I haven't written in a while. It's always been that way for me. Writing is seasonal, but without any rhythm to the seasons. I wrote during the winter, but my brain shut down during the spring. Possibly I just got busy. Who knows? I should know, I suppose, because I lived it. But the only … Continue reading Writing as Proof of Life
Wet cement sky Swallows Prayers going up, But we are the ones hardened-- That is, Love, Until our souls recall God isn't trapped Beyond the sky. I woke up to the sound of wind and rain (and a cat vomiting). It put me in expectation of a gray, cheerless (hopeless) day. But the wind and … Continue reading Find Your Hope
I've recently become fascinated by personality theory, especially in terms of qualities like introversion versus extroversion. If I were a psychologist, I would churn out article after article about the Myers-Briggs type indicators. My colleagues would probably get sick of hearing about it. Personalities develop as we age, and, of course, our experiences shape them … Continue reading What Personality Types Make the Best Poets?