I thought I’d reblog one more poem by Opinionated Man before I head out to the La Jolla Writer’s Conference!
It’s should be a different kind of conference this year now that I have published my first novel. Also there are many new authors this year that I haven’t met before, nor been in their workshop.
And my dear friend, Brooke, is once again letting me stay in her hotel room. The conference would be at least double the price if I paid for a room.
How lucky we are sometime, huh?
Sherrie Miranda’s historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
Her husband made a video for her novel. He wrote the song too:
You sing a song of promises across a plain of satin sheet. Gusts of luring ideas melted into hidden suggestions come splashing against my face. There is no sudden awakening, your sweet lips have always given birth to both charm and harm. But how I love them still.
They say a kiss can tell a tale, but the simple sight of you creates fantasies within me. I yearn for an ending without a page, but midnight lies give me hope that there is yet to come. Your fingers tease a sweet sensation, as they stroll along my spine.
Only a hug though, as innocent a touch as touching can be.
Midnight Lies to cover the lies of the day.
What a game we play.