Welcome to TamTalk!!!

Welcome to TamTalk!!!

TamTalk!!! is my personal blog where I would also love to hear back from you!  I will post about once a month or as often as I can. 


I am a writer/poet/performer who believes that the arts, creative writing, and poetry are not just for a select group of people but for everyone.   A poem, a song, a painting, a performance can lift your spirits, teach a lesson, launch cupid’s arrow, and even trigger a breakthrough!  It can make those tough and uncomfortable stages of growth a bit more pleasant and sometimes even beautiful. 


Think of how a favorite song can take you back in time to your very first kiss, a best friend’s wedding, a child’s birth, a turning point in your life, etc.  See what I’m talking about?


TamTalk!!! will share a touch of womanish wit, my quirky sense of humor, and always something creative (a poem, a story and such) to ease you over that hump. 


If you like what you see and hear, share it with family, friends, and fellow artists and leave a response to add to the mix!


As always,

Be Joyful,

Be Inspired,

Be Creative,






MartinGlype April 30, 2018 @12:19 am
Hellow my name is MartinGlype. Wery good post! Thx :)
Tamara April 07, 2015 @12:58 pm
Thanks for the comment and the suggestion! I will think about that! That never occurred to me! Yeah, I need to think about that one!
Willywill the Poet April 07, 2015 @11:39 am
I love your use of personification. More so than that, I greatly appreciated all of your well placed visuals. However line nine "anyway" left my spirit disturbed. I figure it was a quick way to connect the two stanzas. In actuality "anyway" does the exact opposite. It completely cuts off the emotional connections created in any of the previous lines. To understand what I am saying, you might want to try reading the poem without the word "anyway". Besides that I find this poem to be a nice work of art.
Tamara October 30, 2013 @05:04 pm
You are most welcome, Terina! Thank you for stopping by!
Terina Killings October 30, 2013 @03:33 pm
Thank you for inviting me. Feels like home.
Tamara October 04, 2013 @09:14 pm
Thanks, Eva! Pleasure to meet you as well! I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Eva Davis-Signorile October 04, 2013 @07:48 pm
Hello Tamara, I am new to your page and happy to meet you. Truly enjoyed your poem, my favorite part is how a bit of your DNA is carried in your writings and creativity. Thank You for sharing and I look forward to reading more of your works. Best Wishes in all of your endeavors. Happiness and Positivity! ~Eva~
Tamara June 19, 2013 @05:47 pm
Cyd, thank you for giving us suggestions on ways to acknowledge and encourage the men in our lives! We need methods as well as reminders!
Cyd Charisse Fulton June 19, 2013 @09:50 am
Men are beloved indeed. I may not see all of my sons and grandsons everyday, but I celebrate them daily with prayer, banter, compliments, advice and an ear. Self respect and confidence eliminates room for many inequities. I am proud of the love they radiate and receive. May all men be blessed. Peace.
Tamara J June 06, 2013 @08:55 am
Hey, Steven! So good to hear from you! YES! I am working on my theme song RIGHT NOW! Thank you for reading and participating and simply being you!
Steven Batts June 06, 2013 @12:23 am
As I read your blog, I thought of the movie, Ima Git You Sucka, and the line, "Every hero needs a theme song."Those birds have their own theme song that makes them feel good. I believe we all need a song that amps us up and makes us feel good. Grandma use to hum gospel tunes. We need to think of ourselves as heroes and heroines, act accordingly and git yoself a theme song, Sucka.
Tamara J May 24, 2013 @11:07 am
Thank you so very much, Cyd! And only a "poet" can leave a comment like that on a blog!!!
Cyd Charisse Fulton May 24, 2013 @09:19 am
A poem is air around Tamara Madison.
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