Poetry, theology, social media.
A contemplation of Canadian identity in the light of the recent discoveries unmarked residential school graves.
Wordsworth proves that writing in poetic forms can be just as expressive and beautiful as writing in free verse.
What happens if you mix J.R.R. Tolkien with Dr. Seuss? Surprisingly good results!
John Keats muses on the preservation of happiness in his poem, “Ode on a Grecian Urn,” and ultimately concludes that it is something to be desired. I muse on the ideas in “Ode on a Grecian Urn” and come to a different conclusion.
If you have never heard of or read anything by John Milton, you’ve missed out! But luckily for you, I’ve compiled some of his best quotes from various works for you to savour and enjoy.
In celebration of my favourite season, here are some of my recent autumn photographs accompanying my latest poem.
A brief poem about snowflakes. Kind of.