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Pocket Poem #4.

Today’s Pocket Poem  is the first of several examples of concrete verse:

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Pocket Poem #3.

Pocket Poem #1 is a distich, and Poem #2 is haiku. Today’s Pocket Poem is a quatrain with a cadence, but it doesn’t have a strong rhyme to it (only the similarity of “-st” at the ends of lines 1 and 2, and an internal rhyme in line 3), so it’s free verse. 12 more words

Small Press, Big Plans: My Views on the Small Press Experience


Evidently, this article dates back to the time when my hair was blue, black and purple and I resembled Philip Oakey. Ah, those were the days! 3,012 more words


Poem in Your Pocket Day is Coming!

Are you ready?

In the two week run-up to Poem in Your Pocket Day, I’ll be featuring selections from my chapbook, for you to choose from. 21 more words

In Response to My 13 Year-Old Daughter's Letter

In Response to My 13 Year-Old Daughter’s Letter

Apologize? For regretting your birth?

That the white dove of sarcasm
has officially fledged from your belly… 383 more words


robert okaji reblogged this on O at the Edges and commented:

Read this stunning poem. Then read the rest of the book! You won't regret it.