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Category Archives: poetry
A found poem I made a while ago and revisited and edited today.
Transformative Prospect Evolution advanced Designing the physical Moving into the future Walkers Enter without permission— Keep moving For best results Using minimum pressure Cut the clear sticky type. Handle with care.
Wonder Drawer Hello carefully curated space My museum of memories. When everything else is chaos and overflowing. You have been my constant calm Though you changed shape as I moved from place to place. You used to be a jar … Continue reading
So after five days of poetry I’m asked to think about which poets inspire me or I would recommend. Below is a list of poets in order that they popped into my mind. My poetry reading goals for the moment are … Continue reading
I remember the last time I saw her, it was my face She didn’t remember. She told me stories of my childhood, my job, my travel As if I were a stranger. I sat caught between forgotten and remembered. Not … Continue reading
Before I knew there was a before Reasoning that my reasons were really Overreactions Killing, smothering the voice Every dreamer has to separate the dream from the real No one could tell me so I’d hear. Then did you really … Continue reading
Day 2 of Writing 201 is limericks. Most of the limericks I find funny are dirty and usually rhyme with “Nantucket” but I try to keep it clean online. Thinking of what to write, somehow my sushi eating experience came … Continue reading