Tapestries|My Writing

Tapestries - my writing

Writing in strands

I’ve long admired the tapestries of the written word – writing is such a web that it can hold you tight for an eternity. I can remember back to my first years in school–learning the alphabet and reading. What a discovery that was! I became such an avid bookreader that by the third grade I had my own spelling test, separate from the other kids. That passion for books continued on; I’d set up a small area of my room or the family room downstairs as my writing nook. I’d read while the family was watching television. I’d read anywhere. I recall my senior English lit teacher almost swooning when I chose “The Magus” by John Fowles as a project book (not the typical, easier reads the other students chose).

Anyhow, here I’ll be sharing various works of writing I’ve done through the years, tapestries of words that came from within and without. I’ve published one book of poetry, From the Void, and should have another done at some point in the near future.

Enjoy my tapestries…and may it grace your day in some way, small or large. {keep an eye out for poems as posts*}


tapestries - weaving words...my writingmade with Wordle

“Marvelous,” she said. “Tell me about this tapestry.”
Arachne’s lips curled over her mandibles. “Why do you care? You’re about to die.”
“Well, yes,” Annabeth said. “But the way you captured the light is amazing. Did you use real gold thread for the sunbeams?”
― Rick Riordan, The Mark of Athena