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Series Description:

A haiku-a-day telling a bigger story.  That’s Fanya.  If you love poetry, especially haikus, you’ll love Fanya.  Starting at the November 15, 2016 Supermoon and ending on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2017, this series will keep you wanting more.  Love, lust, action, battles—all happening in our universe.  You will find Fanya riding moonbeams and journeying through stars and planets.  But, most of all, you will see what it means to be free and what it means to be loved.

MY MOST SINCERE APOLOGIES--

I have been sick for the past couple of months due to fibromyalgia and I decided to stop Fanya because I had to cut down on my projects.  But, I'm doing much better now and will be picking up Fanya where she left off.

Please join Fanya once more as she discovers a greater love than the universe.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Daily
Status: Inactive



Author Bio For Kimbally Medeiros:

Kimbally is a natural born writer. She has been writing for over 25 years, both professionally and personally, to invigorate and motivate creativity within herself as well as others. The spirit of her writing vacillates between sometimes forlorn, sometimes jovial inspiration and contexts. She is motivated by her inner and outer worlds, with a keen eye to her surroundings and her overwhelming sense of self. Her observations are poetically unique, where she sees the complexities of life and offers a deeper, sounder understanding to her readers and listeners of both her own life experiences as well as others. Her poetry book, Slow Dance a Whirling Chair, has been accepted in poetry circles throughout the Miami area as a testament to her life struggles and triumphs. When reading her own words filled with enlightening imagery, she speaks with a rhythm of the mood of the poem—animated or melancholic, vivacious or soulful.  

Follow me @mymiamiwriter

Acknowledgements:

This book series is dedicated to my husband, Bernardo, and my son, Louis, for being a continuous source of inspiration and creativity.  Their love gives me the ability to shine.

 

 







Series Description:

A haiku-a-day telling a bigger story.  That’s Fanya.  If you love poetry, especially haikus, you’ll love Fanya.  Starting at the November 15, 2016 Supermoon and ending on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2017, this series will keep you wanting more.  Love, lust, action, battles—all happening in our universe.  You will find Fanya riding moonbeams and journeying through stars and planets.  But, most of all, you will see what it means to be free and what it means to be loved.

MY MOST SINCERE APOLOGIES--

I have been sick for the past couple of months due to fibromyalgia and I decided to stop Fanya because I had to cut down on my projects.  But, I'm doing much better now and will be picking up Fanya where she left off.

Please join Fanya once more as she discovers a greater love than the universe.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Daily
Status: Inactive


Author Bio For Kimbally Medeiros:

Kimbally is a natural born writer. She has been writing for over 25 years, both professionally and personally, to invigorate and motivate creativity within herself as well as others. The spirit of her writing vacillates between sometimes forlorn, sometimes jovial inspiration and contexts. She is motivated by her inner and outer worlds, with a keen eye to her surroundings and her overwhelming sense of self. Her observations are poetically unique, where she sees the complexities of life and offers a deeper, sounder understanding to her readers and listeners of both her own life experiences as well as others. Her poetry book, Slow Dance a Whirling Chair, has been accepted in poetry circles throughout the Miami area as a testament to her life struggles and triumphs. When reading her own words filled with enlightening imagery, she speaks with a rhythm of the mood of the poem—animated or melancholic, vivacious or soulful.  

Follow me @mymiamiwriter

Acknowledgements:

This book series is dedicated to my husband, Bernardo, and my son, Louis, for being a continuous source of inspiration and creativity.  Their love gives me the ability to shine.