Dwelling on things I can't change...
My response to Genna's poetry challenge, originally published in the comments section of her Hub 'Of the Shadow and the Gray (A Poetry Challenge)'
A poem brooding on looming November blues...
The theme of this piece is Inspiration.
For Poetry Month 2014...
An attempt at Sonnet in tribute to the Rose.
Life is a puzzle...
A poem about a friend's garden.
That moment just before Spring
The other side of Valentines Day...
Images of Christmas Past:
A collection of poems from my 'emerging' writer years...with links to Soundcloud.
A review of an affordable film and slide scanner with sample photographs.
Images created from old color negatives and slides using a film and slide converter.
My black and white phase.
Cleaning day chaos.
Poems written during bouts of insomnia.
A poem about wanting to be a writer and the struggle to find one's authentic voice. circa 1978
In loving memory on this sad anniversary.
Poems about appreciating the moment.
Poems from a younger me.
A moment in the garden.
Congratulations to mckbirdbks, voted Best Fiction Writer on Hub Pages 2012.
A tribute to my Dad, John David Burroughs 1924-1983
A collection of my pondering life and death poems... written over the years.
Some photos of 'Grey Boy' posing under the cherry tree, (and a poem about white flowers). So happy I have this wonderful memory of my cat who died recently.
A collection of photos and videos from a trek I made recently to Bernt Ronning's garden on the old wagon road to Cape Scott.
Where to find a crash course in pixelated images on Hub Pages.
Contemplating how to fix the fence.
Gardening ideas for January.
This is a tongue in cheek look at how I spent my Christmas vacation dog-sitting my neighbor's Whippet.
I wanted to catch the wave of Haiku Poetry that is sweeping through Hub Pages, so here is my humble offering.
A prize winning photo gallery of boys in exuberant flight jumping and diving off a cliff.
A photo gallery created for Hub Pages 'Patron of the Arts' contest.
A poem and music video about Summer ending.
Poems about war and death.
A delicious recipe for Beet soup.