Category Archives: Creativity

Joining the News Review: The Paper For, By and About Greenbelt

(Below is the introductory article I wrote as editor of the Greenbelt (Maryland) News Review. One of the main goals of this blog is to offer suggestions for, and offer examples of, how a someone could live a literary life. … Continue reading

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Write a Love Poem for Poetry Month

Here’s an essay by Garrison Keillor inviting folks to write a love poem for Poetry Month which is just around the corner in April. Take a look at the article if for no other reason but that it is not about … Continue reading

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Employee Review in Verse

A fact I have never disclosed in this blog is that I am a U.S. federal government employee. The agency that employs me requires us to produce employee reviews once a year. I think this is pretty standard practice in most businesses … Continue reading

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Morning Greeting

Hello dearie are you bleary maybe cheery on this happy morn? Coffee brewing eggies chewing hope renewing on a path well-worn? Sun is rising day apprising adventures surprising look! now being born. Washing, dressing, get a blessing, no more messing go with joy … Continue reading

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Create for Lent

When we create we exercise our personhood and express our very nature as the handiwork of the Creator. Lent is the forty day period leading to Holy Week and Pascha (Easter). Those who take advantage of Lent do certain things that … Continue reading

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