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My New Website is Up!


I'd love for you to Visit my
    New Website!
www.megam-author.com


I hope you'll enjoy the new WIX site. I enjoyed the challenge of setting it up with short biography, prose and images, as well as all the ways to connect with me, and buy my books! 

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Here are a few of my new Haiga--photo/image poetry.

The first was published July 9 on FreshOut Art and Poetry Collective in Instagram and Facebook.

aimless in the
summer weeds--
 chirr of crickets

This next one is self-published haiga--photo and monostitch--one-line poem.

a sacred screen we stand apart



until the dawn - shadow dancing

FreshOut Arts and Poetry Collective



float, fly or drift all is a dream


I'LL CATCH UP SOON...
I'm spending the Summer in Pennsylvania with Mom--97 in Aug. 🌺




Comments

Elizabeth said…
Stroke story is so inspirational! Really enjoyed reading it.

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