Sonnet CDXXI(421)

Thy love's a treasure sweet and dost thou know?
Thy heart is one as large as one can be.
Thee holds my thoughts, my dreams, my very soul.
There's no one I could love, as I love thee.

Creative Writing 101: The Benefits of Developing Your Poetic Skills | Writinghood

Creative Writing 101: The Benefit of Developing Your Poetic Skills | Writinghood

Poetry is an artform. It is designed to stretch the mind’s eye, touch the heart and entrench the senses… This article by Michele Cameron Drew was inspired by the... [read more]

Favorite Childhood Poetry 3

This third and perhaps most important installment which I first enjoyed in a favorite little golden book entitled "A Child's Garden of Verses" by Robert Louis Stevenson, that my dear mother(God rest her soul) would read to me faithfully over and over again, upon my request, until I was able to read it myself. The book contains a great number of wonderful pieces for children, but the following three pieces have been permanently impressed upon my head and heart and are perhaps what has laid the foundation for my love of fantasy and the written word.