Tag Archives: Poetry

Hitching A Ride

I’ve been making moving preparations for last few months and if you ever moved, you know how time consuming it is. That hasn’t left much time for blogging or podcasts. One advantage of moving though is that you go through … Continue reading

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Miss Sweetie’s Hat

As some of you know, I’m a big fan of novels by Stacey Lee. She writes great stories set in various points throughout American history. Her latest is called The Downstairs Girl, set in the “Gilded Age” of the late nineteenth … Continue reading

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Wild Geese

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted a poem, but someone asked my to help translate a Chinese poem so I thought I’d post the results. Translating poems is tricky because usually understanding the literal meaning of the words … Continue reading

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The Ballad of Mercy Wong

Recently I read a book by Stacey Lee called Outrun the Moon. It is set during the 1906 San Fransisco earthquake and is a great story of friendship, love, and survival. Inspired by this  I decided to write a poem about … Continue reading

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Annabelle Lee

Here’s a short story partially inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s poem Annabelle Lee. Hope you enjoy it. Annabelle Lee by Silas Champion Everything smells unpleasant today, Annabelle thought, but no one else seemed to notice. They chattered about the upcoming … Continue reading

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