Katie Jane,Thank you.Writing this kind of poetry is clarification for me. I keep scratching and weeding out until (hopefully) only truth remains--just the essence, and no extra blah, blah, blah. No ornamentation--just the (naked) truth.That's the aim, anyhow.
KJ,Funny you should mention it.I've started reading a book called, "Is there a book in you?"If I write a book of poetry, I'm pretty sure it'll have to be self-published. Not much of a market for those things...
I would definitely want to send the acquisitions editor at Namaste publishing some of my work. What do I have to lose?My e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org, if you want to correspond more about this.And thank you, so much, for your appreciation--it is appreciated :-)
I second Katie Jane, Ruth! I like this poem you made!
Thank you, Shannon!
Hi Ruth,First time on your blog. Love your poems. Found your blog through Naked.Thanks for what you wrote to the anonymous lady with the divorce over her head. Helped me too, although I'm more like your student...Keep up the postings.blessings,M-
Thank you for sharing the juiciness of the in to me and see journey. Love and light surround you!