Way back in the 1960s, my family moved to Roanoke, Missouri. Dad had accepted a teaching position at Central Methodist College (now a university). He…“My Gratitude: How an Owl Woke Me Up” by Barbara Harris Leonhard
‘Three-Penny Memories’ launches tomorrow!
It’s with great gratitude and joy to see my debut poetic memoir launch tomorrow on Amazon. The Zoom launch party invite is included in my publisher’s post here. I hope you can attend. It would mean the world to me. My poems are heartfelt and revealing, so I feel vulnerable. However, the support I’m getting... Continue Reading →
Lonelinessan illusion -we’re always connectedby threads of lightdreamt and drawn -this webbing cradlesour mindsour heartsour soulslike bonesthat form a whole -we’re not alone -if only we can seeour connections in timeand spacewithout squinting. My poem and drawing are also up on The Wombwell Rainbow today, May 12, 2022. Paul Brookes offers a beautiful venue celebrating... Continue Reading →
TP Haiku and Sunday Chat with Steve 3/15/20, the one where I thank old friends of the Cafe
Kind remarks from a wonderful support to writers!
White square rarity What else can serve your purpose? No one wants to know ~ Em C. 3.14.20
Go Dog Go Cafe friends, baristas and guests… some of you may recall that the idea of an Internet coffee shop for writers was inspired by an exchange I had with Poet Girl Em a few years back. So when Christine approached me about starting a collective, I merged the Go Dog Go Treetop idea she and I had bantered about in comments with the Coffee Shop idea Em and I had bantered about and the Go Dog Go Cafe was born. Check out the About page for details…
Anywho… Em had been pretty quiet around these Word Press parts but she has come back with a humorous flourish with this haiku! Take the time to visit the First Friend of the Cafe and a dear old blogging friend of…
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Enter into gratitude! Happy Thanksgiving! Photo: ©Dierik Leonhard
Trees, our guardians.
New Audio: Healing Light Takes No Sides
We are all one. Once we know that, we can heal.
All change is loss in the Kingdom of Sorrow.