about

~ poetry ~
micropoetry, senryu, gogyohka, tanka, free verse, “shape” poetry
my poems are often inspired by photographs, art or music

i’m dani {not a boy} and this blog is my attempt at writing poetry
{even a little prose now and then}
either the writing keeps me sane or my insanity makes me write

i appreciate you visiting and would love for you to comment

contact me via email at ~ myheartslovesongs (at) gmail (dot) com

thanks

d ♥

38 responses to “about

  1. You have beautiful words. Although maybe you should try writing longer poetry because it’s quite a waste since I’m sure you’ll be good at it.

  2. Stunning imagery. Beautiful edgy flow. LOVE!!!

  3. Hi – things look good around these here parts. Just to let you kno, as a WordSalad subscriber, I have now switched over to the Self-Hosted version of WP and my link has changed to

    http://lukepraterswordsalad.com/

    There are many options for subscribing to the new one (your subscription is no longer valid for it) – email sign-up, Google Friend Connect, RSS, etc etc. Many thanks

    Luke @ WordSalad

  4. Nice to meet you Dani.. I hope you don’t mind I drop in and read from time to time..

    Jen

    • please do, Jen. i’m now subscribing to your blog email updates, too. it’s nice to meet you. i hope to see you soon at one or the other of our blogs.

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  6. Hi Dani – I just love your blog; I also love haiku and think anybody who can write in this way is amazing. Just want to thank you for liking my blog enough to subscribe. I am very new to this blogging world and am enjoying meeting people from around the world.

    • thank you, Judith. i appreciate you selecting the reblog i had done of the poem “Between” by Ainsley Allmark as a related article in your post. and thank you for such a sweet comment and subscribing to my blog. isn’t it wonderful to meet people from another part of the world? i love it, too. i’m sure we’ll “see” each other on our blogs. *hugs*

  7. Dani:
    Just wanted to make sure i subscribed to this beautiful sight.

    Thank you
    Jaye

  8. dani, just checked out the whole sight. Amazing! I have no clue how something such as this could be constructed. Are you an engineer and a poet?
    Your use of black and red are touching for me. It expresses the deep pleasure and horrific pain of love.
    Jaye

  9. Hi,

    I’m Jett. I really like your site, and you’re linked to a lot on other writing/book blogs. I work for Harper Collins and more specifically InkPop.com. The site just re-launched a week ago and we’re really excited about the new look and new features. HPC editors are still reviewing submitted works in our kick-ass contests, but what’s new is the fresh badge system we have to promote individual profiles.

    It’s definitely still a YA/Teen writing site, but we like to think our audience is pretty diverse, and most of all, passionate. I’m writing to you to see if you’d perhaps consider writing a tweet/blurb/mention about the new digs? We care about young writers continuing to write their best work, and HPC is devoted to producing the kind of books its readers want to read most. The editors of the site are super responsive and take all complaints/concerns into consideration. Considering the hodgepodge pack of writing communities available today, InkPop is a much-needed refresher. Writing communities are the best way to get peer revision in the digital age.

    Thanks so much for hearing me out. Take care.

    :)

    • i’m flattered that you feel my opinion might get someone to visit InkPop.com. i’ve looked briefly at the site. when i have a chance to really explore, i’ll at least tweet about the site. thanks for visiting my blog.

  10. hey,

    you have a wonderful way of expressing ur emotions.
    I’d add you to my blogroll…

    have a wonderful day!!!

    Regards,

    Dakshi

  11. beautiful blog & poetry… RT

  12. Very interesting blogsite, I love your reasons for writing…maybe a bit of both?

  13. hii,,this is my first read here,,& i’m loving it.. :)

    i loved reading through your site..!!
    i am following it.

    by the way, i am Shiny, a new blogger and i love penning down my feelings and thoughts, if u can just comment on my posts,,so as to make the future posts better..

    http://crowdedsolitude.wordpress.com/

    ..and i just love reading any poetry & literature..

    • it’s nice to meet you, Shiny! ♥ i appreciate you visiting my blog. i will visit yours very soon, i promise. {smile} thank you again for your comments.

  14. Julie Catherine

    Hi Dani, I’m following your blog now, love what I’ve seen so far, and am looking forward to exploring your words … I will definitely be back! ~ Julie :)

  15. Dani, I sent you an e-mail already, but I wanted to leave a comment here also to let you know how beautiful I think your blog is. I’m really enjoying myself as I leaf through your sanctuary. Thank you so much for contacting me!

  16. fivereflections

    there is always sometime here of beauty to ponder…
    David in Maine USA

  17. Hello dani ♥
    I really Love the “new” site ~ so much easier to navigate through and well put together.
    I am so looking forward to continued explorations of your wonderful words and thoughts.
    Ainsley ♥

  18. Sinnerman is a truly terrifying proposition to be rejected by all that is Good and all that is Evil. I did not anticipate the ending so a great surprise. The ending made me even more sympathetic to the character. Now I wonder what he did to warrant no redemption possible? Perhaps another story to continue/solve the problem proposed at the the end of this story? Take care.

    At other site I could not comment but thank-you for post regarding women/female being disallowed school/UN right to education. As a retired school teacher, my blood boils as this discrimination has no basis.

    I did not seem to be able to post at short story site.

    • there have been problems with comments at several sites lately. maybe WordPress has a glitch. as for “Sinnerman” i think that he performed a human sacrifice to a false demon, which angered both God and Satan. {i imagine Satan would not want any demons worshipped instead of him.} thank you so much for your visit and comment! ♥

  19. Happiness was finding your beautiful blog today.

talk to me, baby ♥ ♥ ♥ {comments must be approved before they are visible}

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