This piece was a sad piece to write. It’s meaning goes far deeper than words could express, and as usual, I have fallen back to the comfort of rhyme to attempt to express myself. It’s a habit that can be hard to break! 🙂 The photo is of my niece looking over the Bay of Fundy at Anthony’s Park. A beautiful picnic park located just beyond the historic village of Maitland, where grand sailing ships at one time were built, and pirate and ghost stories are the norm.
I have been spending much time working on poetry for beyond my blog, and many of these require never before published works, so if I have overlooked returning a comment, please forgive me and know I’ll be headed your way soon.
It seems momentum has picked up for me quite a bit, and it is with thanks to you, dear readers, poets and friends, that this has happened. It is with a very grand and special thanks to the supportive, amazingly talented folks at One Stop Poetry, who have provided me inspiration on days when I swore none would be found, and for this weeks One Shot Wednesday I am presenting “To the Blue”
Natasha Head Photo