Tag: CS Sherin

Even In 1984 With Treason

CS Sherin October 17, 2018 Hello. Happy Wednesday! Today, I am sharing with you some fresh poetry, and some more of my nature photography. I hope this will be a welcome break for you, a spot in the day to relax into some poetry…

Wild Clover End Of Summer News

Lots of news to report! The end of a huge project, new services, looking back, the present moment, and looking forward! Read on…

Poetry Month: Daily Poetry~Week Four Summary

This is the last day of poetry month, so this is the conclusion to this series of daily poetry by me. See what you missed from the weekend and today….

Poetry Month: Daily Poetry~Week Three Summary

Daily Poetry For Poetry Month, Week Three Summary By CS Sherin April 22, 2018; Earth Day I have been writing daily poetry and sharing it on FB and Twitter to honor my inner muse, poetry month, and the voice of the soul–which is a…

Poetry Month: Daily Poetry~Week One Summary

Poetry Month: Daily Poetry~Week One Summary, April 1st to April 6th By CS Sherin April 6, 2018 To celebrate poetry month I have been writing daily haiku! It is fun! Remember, poetry is the language of the soul. It is nourishment, a salve–it is…

Retrospective: Past Works, Part Eight

Past Works, Part 8: Illustration, 2007 Chandra S Sherin March 22, 2018 I am particularly fond of this little cartoon I drew in 2007. It is about a beloved cat, no longer with us, who we called Boris. Boris was an extraordinary cat, and…

Retrospective: Past Works, Part Seven

Past Works, Part 7: Mid-2000s Ink  Chandra S Sherin March 16, 2018 This part of the Retrospective journey of my past works begins with a sampling of drawings from the early to mid-2000s.         CS Sherin, WildClover.org 2018©

Retrospective: Past Works, Part Six

Past Works, Part 6: End of 1990s Ink Chandra S Sherin March 15, 2018 This will be the last post of my works from the 1998 era. After this, we will move on to the early 2000’s drawings.           CS…

An Irrational, Transcendental Poem For Pi Day

An Irrational, Transcendental Poem For Pi Day