- Anita Jawary
New poems for you to read and listen to:
Isn't life always like that? My Mexican basin that will forever be a piece to admire, never to use, no matter my efforts, still sits in a box...waiting.
On the other hand, my poems have had a rush of publications. I am so very grateful.
If you would like to read them/hear them, see below.
In gratitude always, for the good things:
January 2022. Grateful to SWWT for their commendation of my poem After the Storm,
I am grateful to Songs of Eretz for publishing my poem Lemon Tree, in their Winter 2021-2022 issue on Place, and to editor Charles Swanson who writes:
The words “never ever ever empty” strike me as a sentimental exuberance. When a poet earns the right to express sentimentality and exuberance as Jawary does, then I know I am reading an exceptional poem by a skilled poet. CAS
Thank you Charles.
February 2, 2022. I am most grateful to Mockingheart Review for publishing my poem Tabitha in Volume 7, Issue 1 .
In gratitude to Sylvie for broadcasting my Faith poems on her Daily Daven for TBI.
To hear Sylvie read the poems, so beautifully as she does, go to the Daily Daven YouTube site and search for the date you want.
Some of the poems are at the beginning, and some, in the middle.
Thank you Sylvie.
Choice, January 27, 2022
Do Not Measure, January 6, 2022
Tomorrow, December 28, 2021
Weeds in My Garden, December 14, 2021.
How to Pray, December 6, 2021
We Have Set Words for Prayer,