Month: May 2014

Eggplant “Cordon Bleu” alla Nina


Okay, you had a dose of poetry, now here’s a real dose of something heavenly for your taste buds.No fooling around here with measurements today. As my husband always says about my poetry: “I get it,” or “I don’t get it”–so you either get it, or don’t bother making it.Eggplant sliced lengthwise, not too thin–grilled […]

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A three poem sampling from Time’s Mirrored Illusion


Here are three of my poems, published on Bridle Path Press this week. This sampling of three will be included, along with many other new poems, in my forthcoming poetry chapbook: Time’s Mirrored Illusion.  The Ghosts of Indian Maidens  Today a pinecone and a feathertogether with an acorn blessed my pathamong the lush, dense trees.Beneath […]

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