Love Poems You Didn’t Write: Since Feeling is First

So I changed the title. Please feel free to submit a formal complaint to the management. You can consider this the fourth and final installment of the “Love Poems You Wish You Had Written” series for 2015. There is about a half hour left in the day of the man who died to marry people…

Flashback Friday, Matthew MacFadyen Does Poems

I know, the recent trend is Throwback Thursday, but as a poet, I just cannot do it. Too many other meanings to “throwback.” When I was a kid dad took us fishing, and the fish that were too small got thrown back. I cannot help associate throwbacks with things that are not worth keeping, things…

A Thursday Love Poem (or Two) with E.E. Cummings

My dear friend and champion of peace, Ann Keeler Evans has been reminding me lately about the importance of being present, and in-the-moment. But after starting the new year with a bad cold, followed by a knock-out horrible bout of the flu virus, I found myself needing a little bit of hope. And she’s right, as…

Love Poems You Wish You Had Written #5: More E. E. Cummings

Well, here we are. Officially by the almighty clock we have arrived on Cupid’s wings at the big V.D.  Happy Valentine’s day, my lovelies. I have been recording a few little short love poems tonight that I will try to post tomorrow, well later today, but to me it’s not tomorrow until after I wake…