1st Published Poem – #CelebrateTheSmallThings – 3 April 2015


This week, I’m celebrating the publication of my first poem. I started out writing poetry as a teenager. You know, teenage angsty words. I never thought any one of them would see the light of day. Yet, here we are, my first one published for all the world to see. My soul bared. My heart anxious. I hope you enjoy it.

TheHubs says it’s dark. I say it’s raw. I can see the hope at the end, but for someone stuck in that abyss it’s hard to find the light I guess. I’d love to hear your thoughts on it. Let me know what you all think. If you like it, please share. The more my name gets out there, the better. I thank you in advance.

You can read my poem at O Dark Thirty, the literary journal of the Veterans Writing Project. Just click here or on the picture to the left.

What are you celebrating this week? 

Thank you to our lovely host, Lexa Cain for taking over and continuing the Celebrate the Small Things blog hop. I would also like to thank her co-hosts, L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge and Katie @ TheCyborgMom – without them, I’m sure this would be a daunting task!

To be part of this blog hop, all you have to do is put your name on the linky list on Lexa’s Blog, and then post every Friday about something you’re grateful  for that week.  It can be about writing or family or school or general life.  This is the funnest and easiest blog hop ever! (Originated by VikLit)

 

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LadyJai

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7 thoughts on “1st Published Poem – #CelebrateTheSmallThings – 3 April 2015

  1. My Miracle Life

    Wow, Jamie. That was one hell of a poem; I could feel the emotion, the frustration, and the pain. Well done. Congratulations on its publication. I’m so proud of you! That’s a HUGE accomplishment to celebrate! Love ya girl. Eva

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    1. LadyJai Post author

      Thank you, Eva. It’s very difficult to put my soul out there for the world to read but I am also thankful that so many people like it. ❤

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  2. lexacain

    Congrats on getting your poem out into the world! I think it is both dark and raw, so both you and your husband are right. I loved it and I hope lots of people click through to read it. 🙂

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