This past weekend, I spent Saturday at Pennsylvania's Longwood Gardens. Located in Kennet Square Pennsylvania, Longwood Gardens offers several acres of blooms of all type. Sections of the park possess their own theme and as the seasons come and go, special exhibits are open to all. Until November 17th, the theme is Blooms & Bamboo. … Continue reading A Day At Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens
In the treesWith the subtle breeze,Maple and sycamoreWaterfall. In the treesWith the mild breeze,Gray and cream scarvesFlutter like silken snow owls. In the treesWith the shivered breeze,Chestnut squirrelsPluck their tails. In the treesWith the billowed breeze,Orange harmoniesAnd yellow melodiesChime as the sun driftsIn thenOut. In the treesWith the blizzard breeze,The lapis skyLapped at EastAnd folded … Continue reading An October Poem: In The Trees
The boy ran through the woods. His feet naked, like they always were. He never did wear a pair of socks. Long grasses tickled the spaces between each of his toes. And mossy pieces grew from underneath nails. Wet wildflowers would kiss his ankles, leaves sticking to heel. The woods was the boy's sanctuary. A … Continue reading A Short Story: Greenhouse
Using the weather, its elements, and conditions isn't something new. Our beloved writers from the beginning of time have taken inspiration from cloudy skies, thunderstorms, and blizzards. Remember to get the weather in your damn book - weather is very important."Ernest Hemingway Weather captures the environment and illustrates the mood and tone, relating to the … Continue reading No Matter The Weather: Integrating Nature’s Forces Into Your Story
Summer is packed to the sweltering seams of vibrance and energy. The sun blazes fully and the color that surrounds never ceases to exist. The sunsets stretch further and the ocean waves glow in a special turquoise. Light just seems to shimmer anywhere and everywhere. In celebration, I created color schemes and mood boards to … Continue reading Summer Color Schemes & Mood Boards
Sunsets smear across the sky. These melted crayon boxes ripple and shatter through the only true blue. She will always return by next morning. Eyes have marveled at the vivid horizons and cameras by the millions have flashed across the sight, as famous as a landmark. Sunsets conclude the day, a flashy hello and a … Continue reading An Appreciation Of Sunsets
My twenty-fourth poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). I pretended to set sea with this poem, sprinkling in some catchy rhymes.
My nineteenth poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). The stars are one of my favorite things. Confidence is also something I strongly believe in. Both concepts and ideas were combined for something celestial.
My thirteenth poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). Recently, Portugal has been a country I really want to travel to one day. This poem is about travel and Portugal's beauty.
My eleventh poem of National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). I inserted the common human emotion of jealousy, combining it with a common literary metaphor; the ocean.