(It’d be a lot shorter for one) / Disclaimer: Unless it’s in traffic What is it about driving alone that both fills and empties the mind?
The best thing I’ve been told “thank you” for wasn’t cash, but only my smile.
I left my mind on an open road and picked up poems on the way.
Nothing hotter than a woman all made up in confidence and drive. You know when you look in the mirror after a night of partying and think, “damn I look busted up!” I get the opposite when I look at myself after a night of working and being productive like “dang girl, hustle looks good on you!”
It’s about one-third of the population that will screw you over. I’ve traveled, met, and given to a lot of strangers, so there’s truth to this number – but the other 2/3 you equally shock and amaze me.
With rough homeless hands and genuine eyes he asked what he could give me. I have been been humbled and taught many tearful lessons by those I’ve met while traveling.
Maybe we’ll get back together is still the same as maybe we won’t.
Online anyway. I’ve been in New York working on the sequel to Haiku To Fall in Love To, and after a substantial adjustment period, am back on the haiku train. Thanks all for your patience. Some of you have asked if the next book will be longer and the answer is YES! I’ll leave the rest as a surprise, but do keep checking in for updates. We are planning for release Summer 2018. Here’s a […]