Days Ago

Days Ago

1 chapter / 111 words

Approximately half a minute to read


Published in four different anthologies, and won a first place award from World Poetry Movement. A poem dedicated to my grandmother, Annette, who died a few years ago. Inspired by my grandmother Rosalind, who recently turned 90.

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28 days ago Arabella Starr said:

This is so beautiful. I love your writing style. This poem is so serene and made me feel like I was having happy memories too. The cover doesn't do it justice. The oly thing I didn't understand was what you meant by it not being the last time your grandmother smiled at you. Does it mean she is smiling in the afterlife, that her smile and love for you lasts forever? Overall, great job, great subject matter, great poem.


28 days ago Arabella Starr said:

This is so pretty. It makes me feel like I'm having happy memories too. I really like your voice as a writer. It was so calm and serene. The cover made me expect something different. The only thing I didn't understand was what you meant by "at least it wasn't the last time you smiled at me." Does she keep smiling in the afterlife, or does her smile last forever?


about 1 month ago Nstar93 said:


Could you please read my story and let me know what you think as well!



about 2 years ago Sophia G. said:

You did such an amazing job! You made this so deep, giving exact words to what it feels like after a break up. I'm really impressed with this, and this is so amazing and emotional. Keep writing! :)


over 2 years ago Usagi said:

This is amazing. It has so much feeling in it!