Anticipating life She's claiming her spot on the sycamore as I watch from the window view. She waits for the winds to reverse, then circling south she carries a gathering back with her red curled triangular She weaves the loose leaves along with the twigs and the pine needles with both skill and with artistry, as She's knitting a nest for the baby birds.
When not writing poetry, Emalisa Rose enjoys crafting and birding. She volunteers in animal rescue, helping to tend to a cat colony in the neighborhood. She lives by a beach town, which provides much of the inspiration for her art. Her latest collection of poetry is “On the whims of the crosscurrents,” published by Red Wolf Editions.