I was an accomplished and un-coachable athlete and a poor photographer. I didn’t have enough patience with myself to write short stories or novels, so I became a songwriter.
7) Take it with you to vote.
I am not afraid of the act of falling. I am not afraid of going or being up. I am not afraid of being hurt. I am afraid of the space in between beginning to go down and being down.
I think it’s safe to say Fork Burke is one of my muses.
A conditional compliment is like a gift with purchase. It’s a gift with a stipulation.
I think something we need to remember is that often, the most giving of people receive the least. Let’s do something to change that this year, and let’s start by celebrating KMA Sullivan. Happy New Year.
I will try my best not to slip up and ruin the ending. I know how this story of the Son of God ends, and I don’t want to wreck it for anyone.
Her own words should be the final words on the subject.
In 1995, Geoff Carter, Gregory Crosby & Dayvid Figler decided to do what was then commonly referred to as a “spoken word event” at the Enigma Garden Cafe…
It’s like a box of broken crayons where nearly every crayon is the same color and being used to draw a picture of a box of broken crayons in all the same color.
I hope you buy things from my Etsy page so that I can pay for my plastic surgery. – Myriam Gurba
If wives or mothers were the essential undergirding for the world’s business, run by men, did I want to walk away from the chance to be essential? No. But I wanted more.
Wendy Chin-Tanner. Poet, writer, editor, educator, mother, wife, daughter, New York native, Portland transplant.
I admit I wrote a Leonard Cohen poem once. I was young—
I am truly sorry not everyone has good parents, but you need friends, not a mom you just met. You’re a grown ass woman, not the Little Match Girl.