On Sunday, August 15, we brought together these amazing, prolific poets for the first Social Justice Inks – Poetry on Point session. There will be more, so stayed tuned for announcements.
I ask myself each day which mark I’m on.
It could be the starting point of a poem
or a long list of things I have to do.
I set my plan in place by listing tasks.
My mental gun blasts GO.
Like a runner, I follow the path to the end.
There you have it! This is my contribution to the SSS which I have been doing weekly for a good while. Denise makes the majic words appear and keeps us on the page. Thank you to Denise for always being there and cheering us on. You can also be a part of this by going to this LINK
if I looked into your eyes
close enough to note your pupil size
this would be a distraction, maybe even a call for action
you’d accept this motion by becoming more responsive
with our eyes, with our musings, with our sighs
fulfilling each our wishes, intertwined
This is in response to the Six Sentence Story prompt work “Distraction.” You can participate by going to this LINK Thank you to Denise for keeping the light on for us.
dusty breezes pull
my eyes into closed peeking
trying to figure
how to shield and see
when shifting sands
pull me into the sea
This is my installation for this week’s Six Sentence Story– Click on <<< — that link to check out the links.