Monthly Archives: June 2014

Lifecycle of a story, as told by the Rocky Mountains

Brainstorm   Maybe it’s a good idea. Maybe not. But it’s going to brew until you write it down. You get started So much promise. You know you want to get to But in between there’s And you’re pretty sure there’s And sometimes the words are like But sometimes you feel more like Or maybe […]

Waltzing Matilda

The path is narrow, a thin line dividing uphill and downhill, traced in the rock over the contours of the mountain. Small flowers, delicate and blue and white and yellow, cower in the crevices, hoping to garner enough sunlight and water and somehow keep their fingerhold on the rock long enough to grow the few […]