My dad was a great Christmas stocking stuffer. We always got the best oranges and pecans, little fun things like a sling-shot or a troll, but most of all a book.
Now I write them! My soul mate illustrates them!
Wholesome-story stocking stuffers for the little ones at Christmas!
USA link http://amzn.to/2Ab0gqF Rhyme for Young Readers Series by QuickTurtle Books®
Today my guest artist is Rachel Hutcheson, aka blacksheeprebelgirl joining us from Nashville, Tennessee. Her website is blacksheeprebelgirl.com She can be found on Facebook and Instagram under the same moniker. Here poetry is unique and sparkling with wit. I am happy to share some of her sparkle here today. Enjoy! Continue reading
Today I feel
like a piece of wood. I can see
the teeth of the saw. That’s what happens
when the psychiatrists
are authorized control. Continue reading
It is my privilege to introduce Glenys as part of our Guest Artist Series. I believe she is an important poet of our times and for the people. Unencumbered by the literary judgements of intellectuals, she is part of the movement to return poetry to the people–where it rightfully belongs. I hope you take the time to enjoy her wonderful skill of imagery and verse.
These poems are used by permission and copyrighted by Glenys Doull.
Heavily scented warm
summer air draws in
buzzing bees eagerly
seeking precious nectar.
Sweet peas swarm up
netting on the old shed wall
a perfumed rainbow
tapestry of many hues.
Pale pastels to bright
reds, purples, pinks,
blues and lilacs paint a
masterpiece on old timbers.
Rich pickings for the
school children’s flower show. Continue reading
Forgetting can be an inch
or a light year, a truth or a lie
depending how it’s measured— love Continue reading
A few days ago, I found and stepped into the last phone booth on Earth to exercise the power of Superman. In one fell swoop I changed the title of my book from HeartWood to:
This is a book of poetry that wends it way through the bows of the love tree where the landscape of the heart is moved by the passions of a man for a woman. These are poems of fervor and drive tempered by the heart. They are both physical and ethereal, simple and complex as matters of the heart can be. Continue reading
Richard Rensberry, author at QuickTurtle Books®