Janet Barron/poetry

Janet Barron/poetry


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Janet’s poems “Reflection 2020, “Whirly Birds,” “The Magic Gift Of You,” “The Wish” and “If I could Color the World” were selected for inclusion in Notable Works’ upcoming publication Love Warms The Homeless Heart II.  Read some of the selections below, and be sure to look for the publication this Fall!


Reflection 2020

I sit and think about our world

And how so much has changed.

How lives are now so different,

Torn apart and rearranged.


What is this unseen enemy?

That threatens life we know.

That slithered surreptitiously,

And handed us this blow.


It creeps through each community,

Unseen and bathed in stealth.

Instilling fear and panic,

While it plans attack on health.


How can we fight this enemy?

How can we do our part,

To strengthen hope and faith to help,

Us rally and take heart?


Believe in spirit of the soul,

And work to get along.

Communities of people who,

All pull together strong!


Reach out to help a neighbor or,

Talk to a friend you know.

Spend time and share with family,

The seeds that you will sow.


Trust that we’ll soon recover and,

Unite to persevere.

To overcome adversity,

And chase away our fear


So, close your eyes and take a breath,

And say a silent prayer,

For those who work to save our world,

And fill our hearts with cheer. ~ Janet Barron


The Key

The Rose


They Call It Stressed

If I Could Color the World


5.1.19: Eric Wyatt Mentioned in the Philly Jazz Guide!

5.1.19: Eric Wyatt Mentioned in the Philly Jazz Guide!

The Key” to a performers success is providing a beautiful, well developed performance for their viewers, and that is exactly what Eric Wyatt and the Mike Boone Trio do. Earlier this month the group was mentioned in the Philadelphia news letter. Twelve year old drum prodigy, Mekhi Boone, son of Mike Boone, played during the groups set. This month the age-diverse and talented group performed in Philly at Chris’s Jazz Cafe as well as at the Center City Fest and both performances were a hit! Eric Wyatt on the saxophone killed it. His skills originated with his father’s passion for the instrument. It then got passed onto Eric and ever since he has not only thrived but he also works to inspire other young jazz musicians. Keep in tune to hear of any upcoming Wyatt events!


Click here to view the Jazz Cafe performance!

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