I find it interesting how we can sit at home in such isolation
lost adrift and wrapped in such warm depression
believing that our crafted words touch the world, not.
Believing that we are a storyteller so well forgot.
But beyond our window, there lies more world yet
that moves about in cycles of love, loss and regret.
And the words we've sent out have found their mark.
As a poet...we forever share pieces of our heart...
April 5, 2009 Lori S. Maynard
Okay - this was an experiment that I had done this gloomy Sunday. I've googled my name as well as various titles of my poems. I was amazed to see how many places my poems had showed up on various websites. It is flattering to see that my words can touch so many. I do wish that they would send me a messag prior to sharing my works though because knowingly or unknowingly, they do break copyright laws; for as, thanks to publishing my book and making it official, I do possess legal copyright to the works. They may be shared, but please contact the author of any work prior to sharing them in any form.
Below, these are the links to various sites in the world where my poetry has found voice: Perhaps you should google lines of your poetry and see where your voice has taken wings :)
nusridgecat.blogspot.com/ Poem: "Statue"
profile.myspace.com/index.cfm Poem: "Eulogy for a Showman"
blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm Poem: "Eulogy for a Showman"
my.opera.com/wickedlizard/blog/another-sunset Poem: "When This Longest Season Ends"
meriyaar.blogspot.com/2007_03_25_archive.html Poem: "A Letter to No One"
abuse-survivor.xanga.com/587640830/i-write-this-letter-to-no-one// Poem: "A Letter to No One"
tigger1965.livejournal.com/56479.html Poem: "If I Could Turn Back Time"