Monday, February 22, 2021

Publication: Canis Familiaris (short story)

 

As Perseverance lands on Mars, remember the unsung heroes of space exploration.

Check out my short story Canis Familiaris published on Bewildering Stories webzine.

Thank you


Image: Pixabay




Saturday, January 23, 2021

My two cents


The Slope We Slide Down

It's not enough to quote Micah 4:4.
It takes more than a phrase 
We seek harm to none
to erase the harm that is done 
being donein the name of justice.
Words don't cut it. It's a fact. It just is.

How can we hope for the Light
when we delight in staring at our own reflection
thinking, "It might not be perfection, but it's close,
and those—the others—if only they could be
like us  righteous..."? How can we see
we are about to fall
when all we care for is mirrors?

Careful  humans make errors.
When you set forth ill-equipped with pride,
watch your step  it's slippery outside.



Live for the Love of it,
Sasha A. Palmer (aka Happy)

prompted by the inaugural poem
image: Pixabay

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Ekphrastic Poetry: Old Trees

The Ekphrastic Review logo

Happy dance: a publication! 

Head over to The Ekphrastic Review to read my poem Old Trees

and see the beautiful photo that inspired it. Thank you, Mark Windham!


Live for the Love of it,

Sasha A. Palmer (aka Happy)