I can’t seem to stop visiting the thistle fluff in a magic thistle meadow I discovered over a year ago. A poem may be coming . . . If interested, six of my poems are […]
Poems happen a lot when I’m Traveling at the Speed of Bike. This one, inspired by a magnolia spilling its seeds, is one of six poems in my book. You can find it on page 139 […]
I mention in my book how I buried some friends. Every year when the hydrangeas bloom (as they are doing right now), I am reminded of one of them and this poem I wrote afterwards. […]
So I took this photo yesterday while riding my bike because a magnolia is blooming in October in Atlanta and that’s not normal. I didn’t even notice the lizard until I got home and then […]
There used to be a broken concrete person here, laying amidst detritus and debris. It inspired the third installment of my Poems at the Speed of Bike, which I’ve left in that exact spot (the […]
They say to do something every day that scares you. You’d think that would mean “taking the lane” for a bike rider. But for me, that’s not the scary thing. The scary thing on a […]
Poems at the Speed of Bike from 7MPH are being featured throughout October at Gallery 26 on Belty.
So Poems at the Speed of Bike (1) is out there. Three more to come during the rest of Biketober. For no particular reason.