Gypsy Aurora Musings

where the streetlights become stars and fireflies ignite the night


Other Writing Projects

Projects from Magic in the Backyard, JinglePoetry and my writing class in Georgetown :)

NaPoWriMo-Poem a Day

one poem a day for the month of April? I'm up for that challenge. I have a bunch of other ones I've written in the last 6 months that I haven't posted yet either, but I won't cheat and include... Continue Reading →


Special Guest Post – Jess Shoez

So I have done an author interview on my site but never a guest post. I was so inspired by reading a recent piece of poetry/prose by one of the most beautiful souls I know however, that I asked Jess... Continue Reading →

Published! & Other Exciting Updates!

Hi Everyone! No, I haven't disappeared off the planet. Sorry I've been MIA lately! I've been a busy girl! I went out to run the writing class in Hamilton yesterday due to the other facilitators being ill or busy and found... Continue Reading →

Missing Puzzle Piece – Free Write Friday March 9

I stepped like a pixie onto the pieces hearing them crunch under my toes I remember the days when he'd have a puzzle spread across the table and I'd always hide one piece Just to be sure that I was... Continue Reading →

John’s Forest Adventure: Free Write Friday – Dec 30

writing prompt from Free Write Friday: You are young. It’s springtime and you find yourself walking down a dirt road with a cut on your knee… Momma said not to be running so fast down the road but I couldn't... Continue Reading →

Memories by the Fire

The flame crackled and popped near my feet I looked at the way the light danced on his features As I was wrapped tight in his embrace I couldn't think of a place I would rather be This truly was... Continue Reading →

Home for Christmas

Music excites my soul like it does each year The tinsel and lights sparkle and decorate my heart and home The scent of cookies baking fills my kitchen and tummy Presents and brightly coloured wrapping cover the floor This year... Continue Reading →


The icicles hung like frosting outside the farmhouse and made me glad to have the fire blazing next to me while I nursed my cup of hot cocoa. It was a cold blustery night and the wind was trying to... Continue Reading →


The car was loaded full and my parents promised two weeks of adventure. We were driving out to Montana with the three of us to go to some distant family members wedding. My mother knew who it was and in... Continue Reading →

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