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Poets and photographers (multi-lingual)

http://bmmphotopoetry.wordpress.com/2014/03/15/poets-photographers/

II.  makapangyarihan ba?

 

makapangyarihan yata

ang fotograper

kaya niyang magbigay

at magkait ng kulay

mas marubdob ang mojo ng bata

ayon kay Bani sa Utrecht.. 146 more words

BMM Photopoetry

Rewriting the Universe by Daniella Sciuto & J. Matthew Waters (FreeSpace #2)

Welcome to the second FreeSpace from poets Daniella Sciuto and J Matthew Waters. ‘Rewriting the Universe’ is the second of three collaborative pieces that Daniella and John will be creating together. 401 more words

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Colors of the Universe

By Christopher Rupley and Hasty Words

Stars are not supposed to cry,

But tonight I saw their tears

Each reflecting moonlight

As they changed your face… 107 more words

Poetry

Encounters of the 2nd Kind

A collaborative poem between Wolfgang Guenther and myself. This stone has a history 200 million years old. The bottom bit is made of ossified seashells and sea creatures from ancient times. 1,138 more words

Poetry

Proclamation by Daniella Sciuto and J Matthew Waters (FreeSpace #1)

Welcome to the first FreeSpace from poets Daniella Sciuto and J Matthew Waters. Proclamation is the first of three collaborative pieces that Daniella and John will be creating together. 341 more words

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A Missed Connection



Phone in my hand, I wait for the train.
My eyes keep flicking to scan it again.
Absent is the text you promised you’d send. 188 more words

Poetry

Björn Rudberg (brudberg) reblogged this on Björn Rudbergs writings and commented:

Here is our latest collaborative poem - by coincidence it's a Rubayiat -- and it will be linked to dVerse MTB tonight at 9 PM CET.. where we are doing Rubayiat .. hmm

What the World Needs

This was an interesting collaborative poetry prompt from writingwingsforyou.com. This is the first time I’ve participated in something like that. It is fun to think on this subject and also to see the thoughts of others and the way they expressed them. 103 more words

Poetry