All posts tagged: Sunny Sunday Poetry Special Feature

Sunny Sunday Poetry Special Feature ~ Jacob’s Soliloquy & Grace Race (To Die Once, Part 7&8)

Unfortunately, I couldn’t post a special poetry feature last Sunday, so I’m lumping the two poems in this post. I apologize for that! I decided it would be nice to write a poem for Jacob, one of the secondary characters in To Die Once. I thought it would add flavor to the poetry series hearing his reasons for his actions poetry style. Here it goes! ~Jacob’s Soliloquy~ How do I get it Right? I won’t give up the Fight Or let my prey out of Sight It is the only way to Light   I will sink hard with a mean Bite When I get him in the right Site Whether it’s a million or a Mite I’ll secure it with any Rite   I dream of a home that’s a Loft With cushions, settees—round and Soft One that’ll make me feel like I’m Loft Whatever the cost, I’ll pay—hard or Soft   ~The Grace Race~ Tis the season for Grace So get in the Race In line with God’s Pace And be laced with …

Sunny Sunday Poetry Special Feature ~ Stefano’s Narrative (To Die Once, Part 5)

Folks! It’s the fourth Sunday of the blog tour, and I’m always excited when I have to release another special feature poem! This time, it’s the story of To Die Once from Stefano’s point of view. Sit back and enjoy! For the reviewers who have read the book, they’ll surely understand each poem. Feel free to let me know your thoughts on it, and readers, you can join the fun by following the twitter hash tag #ToDieOnce. There’s a wealth of conversation there! Don’t miss it! First Lost, then found, I see the morning Bright This goodness shown to me by God’s own Light Was not because I was wise or clever with Foresight Or because of anything I’d ever done Right My hope soars so high like a Kite And I pray my past wouldn’t come and Bite— –Me in the back or play like a Cite As joy remains my peace’s Site I’ve traveled so far to the ranch to Camp –A place called home so I can put away the Damp I’m …