Here’s one from my book, Fallen Star Rising, a poem which I have not published before. Buy it here for a signed copy or here from my distributor or here if you’re a fan of globe-wielding corporations.
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Hello Dear Readers, I am so excited to share the good news that today I officially published my poetry book, Fallen Star Rising. I’m not putting it up for sale just yet, but I’m hoping that will happen in early June. This has been such a great experience start to (almost) finish and I have […]
Yes. Yes this is a teaser of the book I’m working on. Sooo close to being done. More to come…. ~tara caribou
Looking up into her young lovely face, I was reminded again of the frailty of life. The brevity of it. Chances missed. Opportunities forsaken. I was transported back in time, when I was a headstrong youthful man, full of life and dreams. Born into royalty, my father a duke with a sprawling estate and a […]
Hi friends, We Will Not Be Silenced, the anthology that I have a poem in, is available at Amazon for purchase. This collection is so relevant and I believe important because it gives voice to those who no longer have a voice. Amazon has it on sale today in paperback version or of course the […]
I arrived late for the conference, an oversight on my part in regards to timing the commute, traffic, and parking. Who am I kidding? I’m always late. But better late than never right? Forty-five minutes late, but still. I had awoken this morning with the feeling that something big was going to happen. My skin […]
Hauling the basket of wares and trinkets my master crafted by day on my back had me sore and sweating in the hot sun of summer but I couldn’t help but be just a little excited. Today was market day. True, the market ran twice a week, every week. But Master Jovus only sold from […]
“God damn it!” I exclaimed, twisting my ankle for the billionth time on a desert shrub root or a loose rock or whatever else my clumsy feet managed to find. Whoever said hiking was a great way to see nature can suck it. I’m not even entirely sure why I thought I should do this […]