Tuesday, November 20, 2012

On turkey, art and letters

If you have been here before, you may recall a series of unfortunate events last year when this blog disappeared for a while. In the downtime, while Google negotiated to buy the site back from an Internet opportunist, it lost momentum. I got out of the habit of blogging weekly. In a phrase, things fell apart.

Since then, I've been reevaluating the direction I'd like to take here. I am still interested in children's books - both from a literary and artistic point of view - but I'm now focusing on writing longer fiction and fine art. More on that to come...

I think the process of transitions is a good thing. I hope you will agree.

On the subject of Thanksgiving, here's a silly poem I wrote that captures some of my feelings about this most delicious holiday:


Thanksgiving Day

Turkey dreams
Intrepid schemes.
Painted platters
Family matters.
Wild rice
fragrant spice.
Party dresses
Kitchen messes.
Pecan pie
I don't know why.
Turkey dream,
Whipping cream.


 Happy Thanksgiving!


The Pen and Ink Blogspot said...

This poem moves me beyond words! May your Turkey never walk.

Megan Frances Abrahams said...

Thank you, gentle reader from the land of Pen and Ink. I so appreciate your loyalty.