Monthly Archives: February 2012

Poetry dust up.

At what age did I abandon poetry? I know why but not sure when. Why was to earn a living and that meant giving up the treasured moments I once enjoyed while inside verse, either my own little words or … Continue reading

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Her Pen Like a Broom

This posting comes direct to you from Toronto’s Only Cafe, venue of the monthly Draft reading series. Last weekend I was invited to read excerpts from my unpublished manuscript about my life as a cleaning lady cum obituary writer. The … Continue reading

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George Clooney steadied my step

Kind of a rough day, the one before the last one, so I fled to the cinema. It’s often like this. Not anything overwhelmingly terrible about the day, oh no not that, but I craved the chance to slide over … Continue reading

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