Back during Poetry Week, I announced that I’m working on a new project. That project will turn into a collection titled A Sense of Fall. I’m “hard” at work at it. Some days are better than others in terms of writing…but I’m hoping to finally get focused on it. A little hard to do with blogging, reviewing, and my normal laziness taking the majority of my days, but it’ll happen.
As a little kick in the ass for myself, I decided to skim through one of my old notebooks from my early college days. There are many poems in it, many bad poems. I found some good ones though. I took two of them and fixed them up, putting my more “mature poet” touch on them. Maybe they’ll find their way into A Sense of Fall, maybe not. We’ll just have to see. For now, please enjoy Leave a Whisper For the Past and the formerly titled Daydreaming Through Conversation. As always, I’d love to have feedback on these, so all comments are welcome on the post!
Want to check out more of my poetry? You’re in luck! My debut collection, From Where I Stand, is about to turn a year old and I’d love more readers. You can find it (along with my other work) above under the WRITING tab, or just click here