Here’s one more poetryaction!
I am feeling more like a dreamer lately, wanting (but not having) more time for writing just for the heck of it—that’s a rare luxury for me. P. Zonka‘s daydreaming and its randomly beautiful results really touched me in this book. I wanted to capture a taste of that randomness—the serendipity of letting words choose me instead of the other way around. That is a scary thing.
And here’s a bookalike for it, too.
[Please check out my Pinterest boards of poetryactions and bookalikes if you’d like to see more. I’m building up a collection there!]
Linda Baie says
I love this book, but don’t know the one about Rousseau. The book, and your poem reminds me also of Frederick by Leo Lionni. I like the way you brought that dreaming around to home, Laura.
Thank you, Linda. I’ll have to get Frederick from the library. I read all the Lionni books years and years ago, including this one, but it’s time for a refresher:>)
I’m participating in a blog challenge this month. Today’s word prompt is serendipity. I’m going to link to your blog. It will be up later. I’m glad you’re taking some time to dream!