I wrote 30 poems, including a PowerPoint video poem and a few erasures.
I strolled up and down rolling hills, through gardens, around a pond, near trees, and harborside.
I sat in silence in a library alcove, in a great room in front of a fireplace, and on a porch.
I offered impromptu tidbits of historical facts.
I guided a poetry writing workshop about what history holds.
I am grateful for the Friends of Cedarmere, for this inspiring opportunity, and for the preservation of this historical place that urges us towards a better future.
2 thoughts on “Poet In Residence at Cedarmere Week 2”
Congratulations Christina, on being selected as Poet-in-Residence, and on a job well done. You communicate your enthusiastic enjoyment and appreciation of place and position so well, in pictures and words.
Thanks for the kind words. Happy Poetry!