Better Than Never: Bringing 2015 to a Close

For me, the new year begins the day after the Winter Solstice, when the days begin to lengthen again. And as I do every 12 months about this time, I’ve started to panic about what I didn’t get done, what I promised and failed to do, what I really, really meant to do… Sound familiar? This year I’ve decided late is OK, that it is almost always is better than never. So here’s the first of what will likely be a few posts about things I meant to share with you ages ago.

Poetry On Buses

4Culture and King County Metro reinvented its fabulous, populist “Poetry on Buses” program – did you catch it? 365 short poems in multiple languages, from people of all ages, on the theme “writing home” – just gorgeous.

banner-this-is-home1In case you missed it, here’s the link: http://poetryonbuses.org/collection/

You can also listen to this KUOW story about the program.

 

 

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