Revised: An Empty Love Letter

I just revised this poem. I revised it because after reading it with fresh eyes I realized that it needed something else, it needed a facelift, a poetic facelift.

I am going to try and practice what I learned at The Martha’s Vineyard Institute of CreativeWriting.

I was fortunate enough to attend this program a few weeks ago and I learned so much.

I came home with a new found enthusiasm to work on my poetry and short stories. So this is my first revision of an old post.

via An Empty Love Letter

Music Monday’s

I forgot it was Monday and that I should be sharing some music. In the spirit of this weekend-here are my choices.

Notice the recurring theme!

Because I am a queen that thing goes on-and-on.

Let’s Share: Mary Beth

I made a new friend at a conference I attended over the weekend. Please stop by her and visit her blog. She was absolutely delightful and kind. She definitely had an infectious smile.

Happy Monday!


Puck and Arielle Collide

This is what happens when a high strong spirit collides with an ill-behaved sprite.

Palabras DelMar

What would happen if Puck and Ariel met in an unexpected encounter? Defining their roles as male and female is what leads to this short creation of a wild meeting between two mystical characters. This is what happens when a high strong spirit collides with an ill-behaved sprite.

Setting: Puck and Arielle arrive at Kate and Petruchio’s home before the return from Bianca’s wedding.

Puck: How now fair spirit? Why come’st though to this home?

Arielle: Watch thy tone with me nimble sprite. Question me not as to why I enter this abode.

Puck: Fiery and stormy I gather you will show me how thy tempest is created?

Arielle: Dost thou take me for a fool to play such silly games with a woodland tool.

Puck: Thou dost surely need this tool to calm thy storm.

Arielle: And thou must need a storm…

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