Poetry & Short Fiction

  • September 21, 2017 • Dating & Relationships, Poetry & Short Fiction • Views: 744

    I’ve Taken Back My Heart

    I’m over capturing moments, of who we used to be. When I could recognize you, and you allowed bravery. From a single burning flame, to an old familiar game: I want you — go away. I’ve taken back my heart. You can keep my gems. You...

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  • March 30, 2011 • Poetry & Short Fiction • Views: 1341

    Five Questions (For A Friend)

    Chasing the dragon… into the dark Stealing your soul ~ Torching your heart WHO are you now? She’s loving you right ~ Temptress of the night Screaming in your veins… in your head… in your brain WHAT’S your shame? Break our...

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  • September 5, 2009 • Poetry & Short Fiction • Views: 1628

    ~ Dead House ~ Photos & Fiction Unite ~

    The following piece was hacked from a thing I wrote some years ago. While I was back in PEI, my sister and I were on a walk and stumbled upon this old house. It made me think of the little gem I had written. As I read it now I’m not...

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  • July 27, 2008 • Art & Books, Poetry & Short Fiction • Views: 3112

    Fact To Fiction

    It’s time for another great lesson I received in the craft of writing. Once again under the guidance of author Marnie Woodrow, I was given an exercise in generating a story. My classmates and I were given a research subjects: Real...

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  • July 13, 2008 • Poetry & Short Fiction • Views: 2111

    Finding Your Voice

    I learned great lessons in improving writing skills from my University of Toronto instructor, Marnie Woodrow. In the years following her instruction she has become my writing mentor, friend, and novel editor (I’m still working on the...

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