“When you ask why I left, my answer would be, I couldn’t die with you. Cause where would she be, a wee babe in a forest of wolves.” – Linda J. WolffRead More
I lost myself in poetry after the loss of 7 family members and friends. It brought me to the grips of reality that life is just an instant breath that vanishes…Read More
Every now and then I love to write quotes, I call this “Chaos.”
This quote is about a little girl who is untamed by society. Little girls are beautiful in all their thunderstorms and sweetness. I try to teach my Bianca to shout, to scream, to hold her head high, be proud of who she is as a person,Read More
Welcome to Urban Poetry.
Where legends live in words in this digital art and poetry WordPress blog. Linda J. Wolff spins words into magical pieces, free verses, haiku, and much more.
As the author of Urban Poetry, she offers readers an extensive selection of urban haiku, free verse, Rictameter poetry for enjoyment and modern digital art copyright by author Linda J. Wolff.Read More
Grab My 1st Edition Poetry eBook: Do you love reading poetry, or quotes? Of course, you do, or you wouldn’t be here reading Urban Poetry 2017. My 1st Edition of my first 50 pieces of poetry I have written is now available in a downloadable poetry eBook “Impressions of My Mind”—Amazon for .99cts. http://amzn.to/1tGqkQLRead More
A little quote that packs a punch. We are capable of loving hard, deep, and lightly.Read More
Sometimes it’s not about helping or fixing others. Take a time out for yourself. A little micro-poetry about fixing yourself.Read More
When love is in the air, there’s no stopping it. A little micro-poetry to tease the stirrings of the heart.Read More
Micro-poetry or quote about finding strength among all your struggles.Read More
a whimsical, abstract floral print I created through PhotoShop… I thought it would look awesome on a coffee mug with one of my little micro-poetry pieces… Great gift idea for Mother’s Day!Read More
Finding strength amongst any storm.Read More
…Withered from the pelting rain, it rises again to greet the sun. I found an old picture of big beautiful blossoms, spun a few effects to create this very soft, subtle digital art piece. And a Rictameter verse to accentuate the flow of poetry.Read More