Lost Media (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Based on some musings I’ve had on the titular subject, especially old shows from childhood that are now difficult to find–mostly because they never made the move from one type of media to another. Are there any examples of lost media that you would love to find again someday?] LikeContinue reading “Lost Media (A Poem)”

A Lost Sole (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I have several fond childhood memories connected with beaches. How about you?] I remember. .. I went to the beach  when the tide was high and   the reefs tugged at my sandals The sand squeezed   between my toes    in calm invitation We chose to play    a fond and simpleContinue reading “A Lost Sole (A Poem)”

Little Lost Mystery Book (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: This poem references a book that I ordered once, and which somehow got lost in the mail. It was a mystery story–one of the Aunt Dimity tales by Nancy Atherton–and while I was sad at the delay, the whole situation felt almost appropriate for something from that literary genre. Eventually,Continue reading “Little Lost Mystery Book (A Poem)”

Journal Entry #2

I watched Disney’s The Rescuers Down Under just for nostalgia’s sake the other day, joined by my mother and brother. The DVD had gathered dust over the years, and as the beautiful, detailed animation filled the screen, the music swelled throughout the room, and the characters went about their adventure, fond childhood memories came rushingContinue reading “Journal Entry #2”

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