Tabitha May is an eclectic, slightly eccentric, writer and journalist continually seeking ways to escape the mundane. Raised in the Louisiana bayous, she finds inspiration every day in this beautiful and ever changing existence.
on Aug. 24, 2012 :
Beautiful. Free form prose is easily the most abused form of poetry, it lends itself so easily to the untalented writers, who think that obscure metaphors make something art. But you, you have such a powerful voice speaking here. The contrast of the soft tranquility and the hard violence of life in the woods carries such a heavy weight throughout the piece, but it never pushes itself. Simply perfect. Can't wait to read more from you!
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