I open to sky clouds and blue summer yield to the peace of lying still back eases into alignment injuries subside this life I wish I’d shared with you I surrender to solitude, creation and writing focus lying in wild flowers like I did in my twenties, wishing you were with me that we hadn’t been cut apart.
Sunday, 2 May 2021
Sunday, 25 April 2021
Happy National Poetry Month & Earth Day Week! Thanks for checking out my retrospective of nature poems alongside my colleague and friend, the Poet Laureate Emerita of New Westminster, Candice James, along with guests from around North America: Watch the James-Sharp Retrospective
Saturday, 28 November 2020
Thanks to everyone who joined us live on Wednesday and to all of you for taking the time to check out the video. The presentation is along the lines of an Albert Camus theme, “In the depth of winter I found there was within me an invincible summer.” May the light of all seasons fill and heal you.