The light is still on…haiku about a morning dawn.
Students and their emotional baggage. I have taught diploma nursing students as well as degree and working nurses. The former group seems to have more unresolved issues than the latter. I got them to write an essay about their family and discovered the amount of emotional baggage some of them carried! “I hate my lecturerContinue reading “Students and their emotional baggage.”
Writing on an almost-deserted Covid-19 morning.
Covid-19 continues and the sky is crying- is a poem (haiku) on rain and Covid-19 fatalities.
Covid-19, the garbage truck and the reassuring smell- is a poem about the significance of smell.
I will give you the moon! Who would go to the end of earth to ‘get you the moon’? Your answer:- A sweetheart A spouse A parent A child ****
This poem ‘Ironically, in this vastness of land’ tells about immigrants who perished on seas in search of better-land, ironically, in this vastness of land, on mother earth.
When a non- Japanese got lost in Yokohama – is about being mistaken as a Japanese and language difficulty getting lost in Yokohama.
When ‘papa’ toilet-trains a puppy! Is a case of training a dog and a ‘master’ incidentally!
Blogging: I run my race Blogging is like running but running a race? I paused, I sweated, feet apart, panting, and watching others … forging ahead. Jane Trombley wonders about the paucity of baby-boomer bloggers and her generation’s ‘voice’. A counselor opines that blogging feeds wellness! Is blogging a new way of coping for some?Continue reading “Blogging: I run my race”