By Toni Kief
THE FAMILY HAS A POET
by Toni Kief
There are rules to poetry, they don’t
We have to look into the heart of the poet to understand that every family has one.
The describer of lost causes, bringing pen to paper or making the keyboard groan is the obvious example.
Your family has a poet.
A physical sonnet in the epic of sport adds grit to the expanding definition. The lyrical brilliance of impermanence celebrates the kitchen genius. Encouraged past the limits of propriety a quip, with humor and sarcasm steps with the brilliant clown offering laughter to the human condition.
You are the poem in a family of poets.
About The Author
Toni Kief, a child of the 60s, Midwestern by birth, Northwestern by choice, Toni challenges the boundaries for women of a certain age. After a long career as an insurance adjuster, she fell into writing through a challenge from a friend. She has released her first book, Old Baggage, with two others in the grinder. Toni never dated Mick Jagger, but marched for civil rights, shared bread with icons of politics and art. She is spending her retirement, gathering stories prime for embellishment. Writing has taught her inspiration without perspiration is just a good idea. www.tonikief.com.