Monthly Archives: July 2017

Sharing Summer’s Grace …

No philosophy this month. No deep delving into the writer's psyche. This column is about summer, about fireflies and crickets, wildflowers and mist rising above the pond, about  reading on the porch and wading in the water. This time, I'm writing about all the grace shadowing our lives, if only we dare to reach for it. As July transitions into August, the garden offers beans and tomatoes in heaps and handfuls, while the carrots drill their way into fullness. The marigolds planted at the edges [...]

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2017 August Author of the Month: MYRNA STONE

As we enter the dog days of summer, I present to you the August Author of the Month, poet Myrna Stone, a resident of Greenville, Ohio, and an extraordinary writer. Her work has been the recipient of numerous awards and accolades. Please join me in welcoming her to the site!   What  drew you to writing? When I twelve years old, my father gave me a slim little volume entitled One Hundred and One Famous Poems. The first poem I read in it was "The [...]

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