A wavy sort of world full of animals. A cockamamie author page. It's mostly about the poet's life according to Sharon Suzuki-Martinez.
"Wedded rocks" in Okinawa’s Nago Bay. They are natural rock formations joined by a special straw rope, symbolizing the sacred union of the male spirit and female spirit who created the universe. This is also the only home of the endangered Okinawan manatees (approx. 40).
This is where the US wants to build a another military base.
(photo by S. Suzuki-Martinez)
Perusing info for my upcoming event with Karen Rigby at the Tucson Festival of Books, I was delighted our poetry reading will include:
"Podium Mic, Audience Mic, Handheld Wireless Mic, Clip-on Wireless Mic"
The coyote is also known by some Native American tribes as “God’s Dog” and represents the principles of wise foolishness, surprise, creativity and destruction, motion, flux.
Consider that God may not be a noun, but a verb: a universal be-ing vs being, and the paradoxical coyote reveals itself as one hell of a sacred visitor. Disrespect God’s Dog at your own risk.
(photo by Sharon Suzuki-Martinez)