“Quiescence” was not initially one of my favorites in Elin’s compilation, but it grew on me. I think this was partly the case because our lives have become much more hectic, and I recognize the importance of quiescence more than ever.
Yellow Brick Road (#29)
“Yellow Brick Road” is a sonnet in the compilation for Baby K, a child we knew of, but never knew. This sonnet explores Eastern thought and why I don’t find such thought compelling.
“Pride” is one of the later sonnets I wrote for Elin’s compilation. While I do like the sound of it, my favorite part is the triple meaning at the end. I feel like I was able to convey a lot of ideas in a very short amount of space.
White Coat (#27)
“White Coat” is a sonnet in the compilation for Baby K. It explores Western thought and why I don’t find such thought compelling.
“Four” is the fifth sonnet in Atticus’s compilation. It explains what I believe a family truly is, and hopefully helps him to know that his family will always love him – no matter what.
Poetry Month: Butterflies (#2)