Monthly Archives: May 2019

Christina & Andrew’s World​

Cushing ME. Andrew Wyeth came to Port Clyde during the summer as here grew up, because his dad, NC Wyeth had a summer home.  In time, Andrew met Betsy, who he married.  Betsy introduced Andrew to Christina and Alvaro, her brother.  The rest … Continue reading

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Thanks to Smokey Quartz Journal

This is both a print and digital literary journal, and its just out today with a couple of my poems in it. It’s laid out beatifully, so I hope you enjoy reading through it online. https://smokyquartz.org/spring-2019-issue/ Best, elaine  

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Poetry on the Radio

I’ve been fortunate to last month be reading poetry in Fitchburg MA on FATV, and last Saturday I was part of a half hour poetry show in County Louth, Ireland, Dundalk Radio.  My thanks to Dundalk Radio and to Brian Bingham … Continue reading

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Through the Window

#developingyoureye    Glass I’m nearing the end of this workshop on wordpress, but this is a favorite photo, taken looking through the glass of my neighbor’s window, with the trees in the yard, and the forest behind all captured.  The place is … Continue reading

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Caouchin Day Centre for the Homeless

You may remember that some of my writing is part of this new anthology published in Dublin with the Inksplinters Writing Group, and the profits from this book are going to support this program. Hurrah! and Blessings to them. * 27th May … Continue reading

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Some Maine Outdoor Art

This area is rich in creativity and has been for a long time. The shores also remind many of the shore of Western Ireland, and more than a few artists have painted in both places.  I was surprised to find … Continue reading

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Photo: Mystery

#developingyoureye Don’t continue to read this if you want to wonder about this.  This photo was taken at Mass Moca. in Western MA,

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A Love of Endings

 Pondering a Love of Endings Sometimes when I read a book I want the stories to go on, to leave the pages, to have a breath of life hover over their papery souls that kindles them into an ability to … Continue reading

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Triumph

#developingyoureye Sisters win at the Greenfield County Fair.

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Twin Tracks

#developingyoureye   Doubles This train track runs through Massachusetts close to route two.  Here it’s running next to the Miller’s River, parallel to route two.

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