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Writer Failure… or Success? (A Haiku)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Sometimes the fictional characters we create can assert themselves in strange ways. Have you ever found yourself in a similar situation?] I had a debate with my main protagonist… and somehow she won.

A Feathered Visitor (A Haiku)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Based on a story credited to Richard Sherman, who sang and played “Feed the Birds” on the piano along Main Street USA a window dedication ceremony several years ago. Apparently, it was Walt Disney’s favorite song, and after Sherman finished the song, a bird flew past who he would thinkContinue reading “A Feathered Visitor (A Haiku)”

A Moment of Happy Misidentification (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Based on a moment glimpsed by my brother while we were running some errands in town. All I can say is that kids are wonderful.]  At an odd little moment within a store like so many others… two families cross paths– an elderly couple and a mother with her youngContinue reading “A Moment of Happy Misidentification (A Poem)”

A Renovated Cinema (Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Based on a recent trip I took to Temeku Cinemas, which I had worried would close down forever but actually came back better than ever. The ticket prices were decent, and the seating was cozy–which made it even nicer to lay back and watch The Super Mario Bros Movie on the bigContinue reading “A Renovated Cinema (Poem)”

Game Review: Pluviophile

Created by: Tonguç Bodur Release year: Jun 11, 2020 If you want to take a peaceful stroll through the forest but cannot make the trip out to one, Pluviophile might be the best next choice. The main objective is to enjoy walking along a path in a beautifully detailed forest while it is sprinkling andContinue reading “Game Review: Pluviophile”

A Light of Fantasy (Haiku)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Based on the story of the light that is usually kept on in the apartment above the fire station in Disneyland, where Walt Disney himself used to stay while at his theme park. Legends say that his ghost once asked a cleaner to leave the light on for him becauseContinue reading “A Light of Fantasy (Haiku)”

Journal Entry #44-Narrative Poetry Book Publication, Disneyland Wonders, and Travel Hopes

Hello, everyone! I hope you are all doing well! Time has really flown since the last time I got on WordPress, but I hope to make sure to post more regularly from now on. Additionally, a great deal has happened in the meantime, such as a whole trip to Disneyland (posted about here) and theContinue reading “Journal Entry #44-Narrative Poetry Book Publication, Disneyland Wonders, and Travel Hopes”

Spotlight Poetry – FREE! FREE! FREE! – Anthology – Just Three Lines – A Collection of Small Poems by Goff James – Coming Soon

Originally posted on Art, Music, Photography, Poetry and Quotations:
FREE! FREE! FREE! FROM GOFF JAMES POETRY SLIDESHOW BOOKS PUBLICATIONS Anthology Ready for Publication Volume 1 Part 1 The work will not be published as a downloaded pdf as originally intended but as two FREE separate slideshows published on two different publication days. Each slideshow post…

An Old Clocktower (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: This poem is something of prelude to a much larger story on which I’m working. Hope you enjoy it!] An Old Clocktower stood so tall in the valley its origins unknown aside from vague legends of ancient artisans whose great skills when combined produced a sacred monument around the veryContinue reading “An Old Clocktower (A Poem)”

Journal Entry #42-A Goodreads Author Page

Even though I’ve visited Goodreads occasionally throughout the last few years, and enjoyed getting book recommendations from browsing all the great titles archived on their site, I hadn’t realized how easy they make it for new authors to showcase their works and connect with other authors. This past week, I was able to join theirContinue reading “Journal Entry #42-A Goodreads Author Page”