Slice of Life 30: Lost and Found
By Janice Ewing
Lost in writing
is the good kind of lost
not the barren, colorless kind
we’ve all known so well
but the brilliant leafy kind
where the greedy surface of the world fades
and our buried words are found.
* This “Slice of Life” post is part of a larger blog series, hosted by the blog site, Two Writing Teachers: A Meeting Place for a World of Reflective Writers.
Janice Ewing is an adjunct for Cabrini College and a co-director for the Pennsylvania Writing & Literature Project. Janice co-facilitates PAWLP’s “Continuity Days” and this blog. She is an avid reader and writer, and especially enjoys writing poems.