brown grassy field with large puddle and a few trees against a misty grey sky
Poetry

Uneven Ground

by Laura Grace Weldon
He wants to fill in the pasture’s low spots. I say no, no, no these…
water shimmering in sunlight over river rocks
Poetry

Riverbank Ceremony: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

by Laura Grace Weldon
Step out on mossy water’s-edge rock, let the river’s rush take you beyond yourself. When…
Articles

Gratitude via Mental Subtraction

by Laura Grace Weldon
This is my favorite season. Gorgeous autumn leaves, vivid blue skies, and light as nuanced…
Poetry

You Don’t Know Me But

by Laura Grace Weldon
I miss you, fellow walkers – dad with double stroller, rainbow legging woman, earnest black…
Stories of Grateful Living

Spinning Straw Into Gold

by Laura Grace Weldon
Annoyances seem to come with lessons built in, at least around here. I trundle down…
Stories of Grateful Living

Gratitude Works in the ER

by Laura Grace Weldon
My body started to soften into the experience...By the time I decided to picture autumn…
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Laura Grace Weldon

Laura Grace Weldon

About the author

Laura Grace Weldon is the author of four books and was named 2019 Ohio Poet of the Year. Her background includes editing books, leading onviolence workshops, writing poetry with nursing home residents, facilitating support groups for abuse survivors, and teaching classes in memoir and poetry. Connect with her at lauragraceweldon.com.