Category Archive: poetry

Mom’s “gloat” moment


My son has been nominated for Georgia Author of the Year (Poetry).

Poetry : First Inversion


Dr. Robert Simon If you’d like to see more of his poetry, please let him know in the reply section. <_><_><_> First Inversion This morning I watched the clouds part Between squalls .… Continue reading

Décima : Discernment

by  THE QUICK DESCRIPTION OF HOW TO WRITE A DÉCIMA: There are 10 lines of poetry that rhyme. 8 syllables per line. There is a SET RHYMING PATTERN we must stick to. ABBAACCDDC OR  two stanzas of ABBA/ACCDDC. <_><_><_> Follow… Continue reading

My son’s poetry: Sideways


My son has promised to publish a poem on my blog at least once a month. He’s also made an oath to get all my books published when I die.  I’m the “Occassional… Continue reading

Senseless Saturday Sarcasm: The Occasional Poet


Joelle LeGende, The Occasional Poet©  Strikes out again. I think my brain is fried today, It doesn’t work, to my dismay, it’s doing paperwork all wrong like putting Elvis in a thong or… Continue reading

My son’s poetry: Friday Night in Kennesaw  


  I’m trying to convince my son to publish a poem on my blog at least once a month. He’s the serious poet in the family, I’m the occasional poet.  If poetry were… Continue reading

Poem: Saturday Afternoon in July


I know, it isn’t July any longer, but it IS still summer.  Robert has promised to provide a poem to publish on my blog at least once a month.   Given my son’s impossible… Continue reading

Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Prompt : Street


Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge Prompt No. 66: (STREET) in the C rhyme line. If you want to participate, here’s the link:  RONOVAN WRITES  QUICK DESCRIPTION OF HOW TO WRITE A DÉCIMA: There are 10… Continue reading

A word & a poem


  A word & a poem from my son. He is the serious poet in the family, and he will be sending me more poems during the year to publish on my blog.… Continue reading

My son’s interview : Parrot Literary Corner.


I had to share this.  I loved my son’s answers. This will give you a sense of the man, his poetry, and his humor. He should be sending me another poem to publish… Continue reading