Today’s (optional) prompt is brought to us by the Emily Dickinson Museum. First, read this brief reminiscence of Emily Dickinson, written by her niece. And now, here
Today’s challenge, is based on a new craft resource, in the form of an essay by Julie Marie Wade on description in poetry. The prompt focuses
Hi All, There’s no way I’m going to miss taking part in this month’s Carpe-Diem Haiku Kai because Chèvrefeuille is basing it on quotes from
The moment you walk out of the door, And on my own I must tread, I safely put you away, while I do
As much as I love the land that I have lived in for almost my entire life, come June and l long for something more.