Partridge Breasted Aloe – a Poem by Lynda McKinney Lambert. Read it now on Nature Writing Literary Magazine.
I touch the sacred gifts from the earth
nourish my soul with their splendour
gather each gem, one at a time.
stony gravel paths
disappeared beneath my feet
Autumnal Leaves on the wet grass. Photos by Lynda McKinney Lambert Autumnal Musings: In Which I Find a Favorite Word I suspect that most of us literary people find we have some words that come to mind immediately when we think of words we like to read, hear, or think about. I’m a writer;…
the Connie comes alive with the voices and sounds of the local “Crick Culture.” That’s what we call it here. Kayaking begins in earnest in late winter as soon as the ice begins to dissipate. Hearty enthusiasts will continue to ride the rapids through the summer days in into the fall season. The Connie’s whitewater rapids provide the perfect setting for a swift course for kayakers to perfect their skills.
I tell my stories in a non-linear manner. That means I won’t be speaking in a chronological direction from a beginning to a middle, and finally, to an end.
That is personally not how I think when I consider the element of time and events.
My perception is more complex.
Walking by Inner Vision Journal – Writing Assignment #15 “Pachysandra Gifts” Introducing: The Diamante Poem (The Diamond Poem) In Italian, the word “Diamante” means “diamond.” The unique 7-Line STRUCTURE of the Diamante poem will give it the appearances of a diamond shape. I like this form so much for it is a work of art…