“… to show the stars the stars …” A poem by Robert Wrigley in The New York Times Magazine, April 16, 2017.
Not one of my better hikes since a little acrophobia kicked in on the drop-offs. I also picked up a hitchhiker, a tick that hadn’t yet stuffed its face when I found it. Other than those two memorable things, it was lovely, and the company just perfect. (Photo by Dawna Davies)
Before anyone was up at SLOBG.
Astonishing sketches of neuron trees.
They won third place (the youngest singers at the festival!) and the event’s award as the “audience favorite” in what the judges called a “landslide victory.” Go, AVE!
So many tributes to Derek Walcott. And extracts of poems: And then, this.
Hannah is the 2017 winner of this year’s Poetry Out Loud competition at her school and consequently I can’t seem to pull myself away from the site. This poem by Anne Bradstreet made me laugh out loud. It takes me forever to edit a book, and the first line of the poem below is pretty […]
Good one. More Hannah, she’s doing all the drawings for a short (short) movie/animation/story/thing with parts that do and do not move and lots of words you have to read.
Found yesterday at the SLO Botanical Gardens where I volunteer once a week. The first day of the new year was sunny at 8 a.m., cold, and quiet in the gardens.
I love this drawing, for all sorts of reasons. Hannah did it as a self-portrait about two years ago.