Wednesday, December 16, 1998

Young bookworm

What the candystore was to other kids, the bookstore was to me. The library was my vacation.

—Terri Guillemets

Sunday, June 28, 1998

Getting by with a little help

Pharmaceutical companies will soon rule the world if we keep letting them believe that we are a happy, functional society so long as all the women are on Prozac, all children on Ritalin, and all men on Viagra.

—Terri Guillemets

Monday, April 13, 1998

Inside the lines, outside the box

 Journal: a place to fit your heart and soul into ruled lines.

—Terri Guillemets

Sunday, March 22, 1998

HTML hangover

«I» need to «p»,
just as groggy as I can «/b»!
Can't get my «head» straight,
my «/body» aches,
barely remember my «name».
Stayed up this morning
'til quarter of five —
couldn't get out
of the programming jive.

—Terri Guillemets

Tuesday, March 17, 1998

Seek & find

There is no need to reach high for the stars. They are already within you — just reach deep into yourself!

—Terri Guillemets

Wednesday, March 11, 1998


Water, sunshine, soil —
essential for growing flowers;
but would they not flourish
all the better with a
sprinkling of poetry?

People flourish better when splattered with creativity.

—Terri Guillemets

Wednesday, January 7, 1998

Quiet time with my soul

I love writing poetry because poetry can be anything you want it to be — just like daydreaming. There are no rules except those in your heart and your own pen. Poetry is reverie on paper.

—Terri Guillemets