I’ve nourished my sweetness. I honor yours, and you.With a found CD player and Sweet Liberty, green tea, two other favorite albums over the years, and a book of poetry with depth and a light step.
It is the first of May and national poetry month has ended, but rest assured, there ain’t no end here! It is also the start of Asian Heritage month and there will naturally be Asian subjects continuing here as you might’ve seen already, including the dear Rumi, more ghazals, and other subjects, tea, a graphic novel…… Continue reading I Listened For An Answer
🍀I totally made this up, and I’m not Irish. :)Happy St. Patrick’s Day!and…St. Gertrude 🐱 shares the day with St. Patrick. 🍀
A second post today. The first was “If You Find Valentine’s Day Lacking Originality.”I feel that Valentine’s Day is basically like someone saying, “Okay, you are going to throw me a surprise party at this day and time.” If you like things already decided you might like that, understood of course. I still appreciate time…… Continue reading Lift My Feet Right Off The Ground
Taken just near my home this past spring :)If you find Valentine’s Day lacking originality or a little too predictable in your newsfeed, St. Patrick’s Day is next to come.I am Italian not Irish, but I remember learning about Ireland as a child and immediately looking for four leaf clovers in any patch of grass…… Continue reading If You Find Valentine’s Day Lacking Originality
I discovered traditional Celtic music about 15 years ago when I was 19, had first found Kate Rusby, a British singer, and then some Irish ones. I liked Kate’s songs also because her vocal range is not too high or low for me to sing too, and the traditional songs often tell a story with imagery…… Continue reading Building A Bridge