Martha Mims will perform poetry with members of the GJC at the Greenville Library Five Forks Branch on April 18, 2019
In celebration of Poetry Month I’ve been invited by the Greenville Library and the Greenville Jazz Collective to combine my poetic lines and rhymes with the musical lines and rhythms of Shannon Hoover on bass and Matt Dingledine on guitar. We’ll be having all this fun on: Thursday April 18 from 6:30-7:30 pm at the Five Forks branch in Simpsonville. Greenville County Library – Five Forks 104 Sunnydale Dr, Simpsonville, SC 29681, United States […]
Tony Mims speaks at the unveiling of the Little Texas historical marker at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville SC during the Little Texas Reunion on August 12, 2017. Little Texas by Tony Mims If you don’t honor your history, you won’t respect your future. If you only live in the now you can […]
The Moon sees the Earth split between light and dark and we see her divided the same way.
On Paris Mountain the sun sets in the tree tops after a thunderstorm.
They were blooming in the shade among the ferns, and prickly vines that made it hard for me to get close. I took some pictures with my phone, and when I went back there about a week later, the flowers were gone.
Photos of a sunny early winter morning with bare trees reflecting on a pond. Paris Mountain, in Greenville, SC.
The novel isn’t ready yet, but in the spirit of sharing the pleasure of flowers, here are some pictures from my spring garden…
Unfortunately for him, the cold weather has taken a toll on his transmitter, but the station should be heard on the airwaves again next week. In the meantime, you can search for WPCI at tunein.com, and listen to it on your computer or smartphone.
Moonrise over our spring fed pond.
A view of the Blue Ridge Mountains from Lake Robinson.