While time ticks by, we wait to see our new grandbaby, now four months old. We wait to visit our children, wait to go on vacation. We wait for many things in life, don’t we? Especially now. But what do we do in the meantime? I hope you are taking advantage of the time to do those things you have thought about but have left undone. As I wait, I write. I’m taking online classes, attending webinars and conferences to learn this craft. Visiting other author’s websites, gleaning from their expertise, and looking up craft phrases and grammar rules, help in my endeavors.
April is National Poetry Month, so I have taken the challenge to write thirty poems in thirty days. It’s not my first rodeo, so I think I’ll make it. 🙂 Learning different styles of poetry is fun, and I have been doing so with gusto. In fact, I wrote four sonnets this week, a first for me, something I must admit, I truly enjoy. I posted one on my page, National Poetry Month 2021 called The Flitting Flower Fae
. I hope you’ll hop on over to the page to read it and other poems written this month. And come back, as I will be adding more as the month progresses.
One thing I miss is reading a book, and I know I need to as a writer. I read articles and posts all the time, but I haven’t finished the three books I started last year. I can’t seem to find the time as I am working from can to can’t on my writing and craft each day. That being said, I wrote this poem to encourage myself to read. I hope it encourages you as well.