Archive for August, 2013

The Interior of my Sepulcher

• August 30, 2013 • 48 Comments

A little tour of Belgrade – for Belinda

• August 29, 2013 • 41 Comments

Around My World In a Tea Daze # 2

• August 29, 2013 • 26 Comments

Cyanide & Cherries – City Is…

• August 26, 2013 • 11 Comments


• August 25, 2013 • 12 Comments

To posses a poem

• August 22, 2013 • 50 Comments

Tea of Pyre

• August 16, 2013 • 68 Comments

Cyanide & Cherries – Tin Pan Alley Blues (A Dream in the Key of D)

• August 13, 2013 • 18 Comments

King of Clubs

• August 10, 2013 • 62 Comments

Cyanide & Cherries – Luna

• August 4, 2013 • 19 Comments

One Million Photographs

Follow along with me as I travel the world on a quest to publish one million photos

Daydreaming as a profession

Daydreaming and then, maybe, writing a poem about it. And that's my life.

Pungent Sound Journal of Pulp Poetry

Poetry and Commentary that Smells


Author of "Within Paravent Walls", "Daughterbody I", "Daughterbody II", "you ate popcorn in my house of grief" & "mutterseelenallein und splitterfasernackt". Pentalingual Idealist. Hypercreative homebody. Transgenerational Poetess.

Tricia Sankey

poet and author of The Light in the Cave

Brave & Reckless

Reclaiming my inner badass at 50

Kai's Kove

Interests and Stuff

Suburban Witchcraft Magazine

Home of the Suburban Witchcraft Art & Lit Magazine


Gedichte, Gedanken, Texte

Nova Conscientia

poetic snippets of mindfulness

That Voodoo

creation and knowledge

Words from Walden

"This world is but a canvas to our imagination"

The Inner Wilderness

Plato had amazing insight into the question of finding the unknown. "How will you go about finding that thing the nature of which is totally unknown to you?" he wondered. The deep inner space within yourself, the inner wilderness within you asks for you to explore it, and in the process discover yourself. What better way to do that than through writing? This space is a personal blog for your reading, and my writing adventure. Go through the blog that follows to, perhaps, discover something as well.


Everyone is welcome