HAIGA: A Day In Halifax (24pp); Ageless Youth (24pp); Ancestral Voices (80pp); As Night Falls (24pp); Boardwalk (24pp); Bridging The Gap (40pp); Butterfly Wings (66pp); Chasing Dreams (24pp); Day In The Park (24pp); I Love Lilacs (94pp); I Remember Poppies (46pp); Inner Peace (24pp); Lily of the Valley (48pp); Meadows (74pp); Retro (24pp); Thru a Child's Eye (24pp); Weeping Willows (48pp); Wild Roses (100pp); Zen Garden (24pp).
POEM/PHOTOS: A Day In Sarnia (24 pp); A Mother'sHeart (40pp); After The Rain (64pp); Afternoon at Pink Lake (24pp); By Water's Edge (44pp); Diving In (46pp); Fall Fiesta (74pp); Given Wings (24 pp); Good Morning Sunshine (24 pp); Hanging Out (26pp); I Wonder (24pp); In A Wink (24pp); Lessons Learned From Cat Sitting (22pp); Merrickville (24pp); Montreal Under Clouds (24pp); New World (24pp); Outside My Window (46pp); Rainy Mondays (24pp); Rendezvous at Sundown (24pp); Ribbons & Clouds (62pp); Sunrise Meditation (48 pp); The Road To My Father’s House (72pp); Waterlily Garden (42pp); Wealth (24pp); Winter Calm (76pp).
POEM/SKETCHES: Flash Memory Therapy (92pp); Play.Enjoy.Relax.Create. (24pp).
SERIES: THE STORY OF DENNIS in four tomes (biographical prose/sketches 50/48/44/54 pp); ASHBY LAKE SERIES (4x 24 pp): A Tour of Ashby Lake (haiga); Sunrise at Ashby Lake (haiga); Sundown at Ashby Lake (haiga); Thru The Lens at Ashby Lake (poem/photos).
WORKING ON: Anthology/Tips for Budding Poets (poetry); Welcome The Rain (haiga); Wild Roses In The Sun (haiga).
ABOUT ME: Late babyboomer Canadian born in the beautiful Eastern Townships of Quebec, raised in Northern Ontario, now living in Ottawa, I'm finding out that oncoming golden years offer a very rich perspective on life.
The themes of my poetry are found in everyday life. I write mostly free verse but I'm also a member of Haiku Canada and have had haiku published in various anthologies.
Please visit often my growing collection of poems and I hope you find many will resonate with you. I'd love to hear your comments.
By the way, my name is pronounced Lynn, and my avatar is an ink painting I created on rice paper years ago. The symbol means PLAY - something I have finally learned to do in later years and poetry is definitely my favourite form of play.