Author Archives: Marcela Griffin
One of my photo/poems included in my book, Reflections by the Shore. Advertisements
Reflections by the Shore, is finally a reality. My love for the ocean took me through journeys of joy, solace, grief, while walking along the shore and connecting with nature. At first, the photographs and poems were moments of inspiration … Continue reading
“It is the nature of poetry to determine or affirm one’s relation to the incomprehensible condition of existence.” By Mary Ruefle in “Madness, Rack, and Honey.
Originally posted on Erica Goss:
I’m happy to present “Arrhythmia,” a video poem created by Marc Neys (aka Swoon) from a poem I wrote. Michael Dickes, editor of Awkword Paper Cut, recorded the poem, and I shot the video. Here…
“When one sees the tree in leaf, one thinks the beauty of the tree is in its leaves, and then one sees the bare tree.” From The Bare Tree by Samuel Menashe
Coastal Sounds by Marcela Griffin At the edge of the sea the unmistakable sounds are constant, yet changing between the roar of the curling wave, rushing, racing, surging to the edge as if an urgent call relentlessly beckons the rush. … Continue reading