I love creating things. A passion I discovered later in life. I didn’t stumble upon it. I discovered it and embraced it without self-imposed judgement. Perhaps it’s because I chose to live more in the present, detached from the fear of exploiting time. We tend to be our worst critics sometimes.
This passion fuels my soul. There is so much beauty in the process.
Many of you know I recently published my second book of poetry, The Heart’s Lullaby.
I’m currently working on promotional pieces for it. I select a few verses and present them in a frame so they look much like the book cover and align with the message that lies within.
But something happened that I wasn’t quite expecting. And who doesn’t love unexpected gifts?! To my wonderment, I saw an increase in sales of my first book of poetry, The Heart’s Journey Home. Such a lovely surprise!
Which brings me to my post, aptly referred to as Throwback Thursday’s.
For the next few weeks, I’d love to share with you a few verses from The Heart’s Journey Home. It’s with much joy that I create these images as I pause and celebrate the genesis of this exquisite writing journey.
A few lines from the poem, Borrowed Angel.
Thank you for stopping by today and being a part of this incredible journey! ♥