Pennsylvania poet and author, Lynda McKinney Lambert shares her poem, “Forever, Susan Lily,” just published in The Pangolin Review, 30 April 2021. This special post will include a link where you can listen to Lynda reading a poem at the Proverse spring reception in Hong Kong. Lynda won a “Special Mention” for a body of work that is published in Mingled Voices5 – now, available on Amazon. Voice Recordings and poetry on this page.Continue reading →
Pittsburgh Author, Penny Fleckenstein’s new book would be a wonder gift for Mother’s Day. This author was born blind, in Thailand. She was adopted and brought to America. Her new book has 72 poems with a focus on a variety of ways of sharing love. Penny is the mother of six children.Continue reading →
I slept in a little longer than usual this morning. I threw back the soft and comforting yellow quilt. As usual, I paused a moment to be sure that I did not step onto Miss Dixie Tulip, who sleeps in her little doggie bed right beside my bed.
Usually, she is already awake and sitting at the top of the stairway waiting for me to take her downstairs. But not today. Somehow, I managed to get out of bed before she did. That is rare.
When I entered the bathroom, I turned on the ceiling light so I could see the clock. It was 4:30, and I was amazed that we slept this long. Miss Dixie usually wakes up between 2:30 and 3:30 am. Once she is awake, our day begins.
You can read what this day was like at my house.
Pennsylvania artist and author, Lynda McKinney Lambert