Through the Eyes of a Poet series #6 Mohammed Junaid Khan and his wife and son. Through the Eyes of a Poet series by Christina M. WardFeatured Poet: Mohammed Junaid Khan Objective: To encourage people to broaden their reading interests through poetry, support the poetry community, and introduce you to poets and their personal stories. … Continue reading Let Me tell You About Poet Mohammed Junaid Khan
Through the Eyes of a Poet series #5 Poet Annie Bell Through the Eyes of a Poet series by Christina M. WardFeatured Poet: Annie BellObjective: To encourage people to broaden their reading interests through poetry, support the poetry community, and introduce you to poets and their personal stories.For updates on this series: Join this Author … Continue reading Introducing Poet Annie Bell
Through the Eyes of a Poet series #4 Through the Eyes of a Poet series by Christina M. WardFeatured Poet: Sylvia ClareObjective: To encourage people to broaden their reading interests through poetry, support the poetry community, and introduce you to poets and their personal stories.For updates on this series: Join this Author Newsletter. Sylvia Clare, … Continue reading Introducing Poet Sylvia Clare
Through the Eyes of a Poet series #2 Changing people's lives through teaching, mentorship, caring, and yes through POETRY! Sam H. Arnold, poet, writer, Author of The Detective Two Sam H. Arnold has made a lifetime of caring for others through her love of teaching and mentoring. Sam grew up in a small seaside village … Continue reading Introducing Poet Sam H. Arnold
Through the Eyes of a Poet series, #1 Nikki H Rose has come a long way from writing about a Marshmallow Queen in kindergarten, the first of her writings she remembers making her proud. Today she’s a well-educated English teacher with a knack for writing emotional and personal poetry. Setting the scenery for a poet … Continue reading Introducing Poet Nikki H. Rose in a Personal Interview on Her Poetry
Some very personal glimpses into the lives and hearts of these unique writers Image by Wokandapix from Pixabay Good morning friends, This morning I am getting started a bit early after wrestling with a very complicated jigsaw puzzle all night. I worked the puzzle app, Just Jigsaws, for hours yesterday, and though it relieved the … Continue reading Launching Poet Interviews Today
About a month ago I launched "organic," my first poetry collection. The reviews are coming in, and they are stellar. I invite you to read them and consider ordering a copy of this book for yourself. My book ratings today!!! #1651 in Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads#3671 in Poetry (Books)#590 in Poetry (Kindle Store)#16251 … Continue reading The Proof is in the Reviews
I think you'll really enjoy this conversation on poetry and inspiration Author's photo I am sure you have all heard the buzz. I have a new poetry book out called ::organic:: The reception has been humbling. Here are a few reviews that I have received so far: In addition to a wonderful reception for the … Continue reading Podcast Interview on Poetry–and Me!
It is a truly beautiful collection of poetry. The cover of my book. I am so proud of this long-awaited debut book. To order: organic--in paperback! organic--Kindle version! Order your copy now! I am pleased to have some wonderful recommendations written by other published authors and poets: Praise for organic: Christina Ward's poetry is heavy … Continue reading Celebrate with Me My Debut Book: Organic!!
a free verse poem Image by Kranich17 from Pixabay https://soundcloud.com/christina-ward-222068276/misunderstood-i-have-been-a-flower-in-a-tree i have been a flower in a tree.i have been so high up, no one could seethe immeasurable me, the impetuous me the always, always superfluous me this is what happenswhen a tree has its leaves on upside down, when the roots don’t growunderground and the … Continue reading Misunderstood (i have been a flower in a tree)