America the Beautiful →
The Bedrooms of Famous Authors →
I love glimpsing into other peoples’ lives, especially those to whom I already feel I have a connection. Dickinson’s room reflects her poetry, simple and elegant.
My dopamine saturated brain Imagined a Frost or a Yeats. You filled my entire screen– But, I was not even a blip On the radar. Words poured from me like a ranting fool; You spoke once. It was beautiful. Swirling in my rattled existence; Are you still changed?
My Creative Outlet →
A place for me to share some of my writing and thoughts on literature and other topics of interest.
You need not attempt to shake off or to banter off Romance. It is an evil you...– Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849), The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe, September 21, 1839, to Philip P. Cooke, ed. John Ward Ostrom (1966). Romance, embraced and transfigured.