Posts from the ‘Other’ Category

A Bit Of Entertainment While You Wait

Progress is being made on recovering my files, but I’m not quite there yet. In the meantime, here are some pieces of poetic humor from across the Web for your enjoyment:


Haiku joke


25 Literary Pun Names For Your Cat

CLICK TO SEE ALL 25: “Literary Pun Names For Your Cat”
(In my personal opinion, some of the best ones are in the comments on the original post, such as “Margaret Catwood.”)



Due to tech issues, I currently have no access to any of my in-progress poems. While I’m working on that, I’d like to share this neat writing tool which caught my attention on my Facebook News Feed:

“The ‘PPP'”

If you’ve visited here recently, you may have noticed that I’ve created a new page (pages, not to be confused with posts, are listed in the top navigation of this blog) to welcome visitors who arrive via something called the “Poetic Plague Project”. What is the “PPP”, you may ask? Well, it is best explained by its developer, B.M. Stroud, on this page of his website (click here). [Did that help you to understand the workings of the “PPP”? If not, feel free to ask me questions for clarification via a comment on this post and I will get back to you in a timely fashion.] Anyway, the poems which I submitted to the “PPP” to be published as “germs” are two of my personal favorites: “Woodland Retribution” and “Always Remember Me“. As of 4/20/14, I’ve dispensed 3 “germs”, each containing one of the 2 aforementioned poems, and made plans for the placement of an additional 3 “germs”.

Alright; I believe I’ve said enough for one evening. Be 0n the lookout for a new poem sometime this week!

A Quick Note Regarding My Long Absence

Hello again, friends! I just wanted to let you know that I am still alive, well, and writing, and that I will resume posting on this blog beginning tomorrow. I will be updating the “About” and “Current Publications” pages soon as well. I hope that, despite my long blogging hiatus, you have remained confident that I would return, as I have held faith that you would return as readers.

Good night, and thank you for your interest in Kevin’s Journal!

“Remember How We Forgot” by Shane Koyczan and Hannah Epperson

Before I share another of my own poems, I’d like to share this poetry performance, which I believe is one of the best I’ve ever heard anyone perform:

Look What I Just Found!

(If you don’t know the significance of this card, read this previous post:

Her name was Kristin…

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