Refreshing

nature breathes life into each moment with each day the sun shines the rain falls seasons change the earth smiles life is good © Eugenia Hoffman Tricubes poetry form Each line contains three syllables.Each stanza contains three lines.Each poem contains three stanzas image source - Pixabay

An Article by my niece Kerri Costello, Forwarded by Ivor Steven.

A WORLD APART, SIDE BY SIDE IN HEART March 29, 2021, by Kerri Costello It has been a REALLY long time since I have written anything here, but I figured what better time than now. Tomorrow, my Aussie Uncle Ivor’s book, Tullawalla, will be released which includes illustrations of mine!! Actually, since he’s in Australia, the … Continue reading An Article by my niece Kerri Costello, Forwarded by Ivor Steven.

Ha ha – Eugenia

risible, riotous, and comical, gagsters clear the dead air and define life’s pulse but living with peculiarities nullifies the subconscious anonymity a satire of unwavering humorists existing in their own fabrication © Eugenia Hoffman Eugenia enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance industry for over 20 years being rewarded both professionally and personally. Now it’s … Continue reading Ha ha – Eugenia

“Who Hears Me”, by Ivor Steven, up at Spillwords

I am thrilled to announce the publication of my poem ‘Who Hears Me’ at Spillwords Press today, and would like to thank the team at Spillwords for their continued support of my poems. Please go and visit their fabulous magazine, by clicking on this link >> https://spillwords.com/who-hears-me/ and maybe click-on the like 🤍 button for me.. Who … Continue reading “Who Hears Me”, by Ivor Steven, up at Spillwords

Throwback Friday – Unlike Elements – Eugenia

the every day folk nonplussed by her appearance become mother nature foes the truth hides in shadows of concrete facades once lush green forests diverse thoughts not uncommon in passing judgment woes © Eugenia Hoffman Eugenia enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance industry for over 20 years being rewarded both professionally and personally. Now … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Unlike Elements – Eugenia