THE POET BY DAY

Monthly Archives: February 2014

Originally posted on THE BeZINE:
see it moving – Life! moving through the ache of time seeking that place where identity isn’t worn on a sleeve, where individuals challenge the tribe, where beauty frees itself from convention, where the chains of fear dissolve – Jamie Dedes © 2013, poem, Jamie Dedes, All rights reserved * Photo credit ~ NASA, U.S. Public Domain JAMIE DEDES (The Poet by Day)~ I am a mother and a…

Tonight at 7 p.m. PST, writer, poet and writing coach, Victoria C. Slotto, will host Writer’s Fourth Wednesday on The Bardo Group blog. We hope you’ll join us there. The prompt this month is “Common Sense(s)” and Victoria provides a clear explanation and examples. Mister Linky will be open for seventy-two hours so that you can link in your own work in response to the prompt. Mister Linky looks like this: When… Read More

Originally posted on Between the Shadows and the Soul:
The flower offered of itself And eloquently spoke Of Gods In languages of rainbows Perfumes And secret silence… ~Phillip Pulfrey May you always have the beauty of life and the wisdom of words on your side. Dear Jamie, wishing you a wonderful day!

Originally posted on THE BeZINE:
The recent bitterly cold weather has gotten me thinking more lately about those stuck out in the elements, without a warm place to go. I wonder, as I am driving home from work at two o’clock in the morning, “How many of them will die tonight from the cold?” I recently watched a documentary film called “Invisible Young“, which explores the homeless youth in Seattle, WA. I…