B-Town Bungalow



B-Town Bungalow


Bought our new home in B- Town

Toddle up Old Town; newbies with Willow the beagle for Lights a Glow

Our pup helping us to make friends and oh how she loved Jay Powers!

At Chelsea Park he’d find her a ball from his secret stash

Oh how she loved Jerry,

She’d jump into his mail truck looking for potato chips.

It made us feel at home,

To wave at Jay on our way to Doty Harper Park

for Summer Shakespeare.

It makes me feel at home to take back the night in a neighborhood block party:

My husband volunteering with CERT and SNAP,

Me, reading poetry at Phoenix Tea.

We looked for Jay at Seahurst Park: His bushy white hair,

gnarled hard working hands that kept our parks clean and safe.

His gentle laugh as Willow ran up to him waging her whole body.

We looked for Jay, Our B-Town neighbor.



About lisasstories2013

Lisa Noble is a published writer and artist. Her stories, poems and art work have appeared in the following: Poet's West Journal, The Sound, Sage Woman, The Beltane Papers, Mixed Metaphors by the Seattle Art Museum, Voices of Choice, 33 Angel Times, Metro's Paint me a Poem: as part of Metro's 1999 Poetry on Buses Lisa's poem: "Low on the North West Food Chain: was featured on several Metro Buses. Since 2006 Lisa has been a regular contributor to We'Moon publications. Lisa is a graduate of the Institute of Children's Literature and is the author of the 3-part Charman Chronicles series. Book one: "The Charman Chronicles: The Book of Fire" Is available on Amazon.com in book and Kindle form. (See Frieda Cramer's book review on the Kindle display!) Lisa's motto is: Support Literacy, Read to a Kid" thus the theme of this blog which will feature her favorite children's stories. Lisa has also self published two chapbooks and is the creator of the "Halfway to Babylon" project slated to come out in 2014. Lisa has shown her art work in group and solo exhibitions. Most recently being a part of the "Artful Henna" exhibition at the Art Not Terminal Gallery curated by Kree Arvanitas and Jeannie Lewis. View Lisa's work on her on-line shop: www.cafepress.com/lisanoble and on this blog.

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