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Robin Song

On bleak
mornings
in November,
when birdsong
is muted and rare,
the robin is the only bird
that sings throughout the year.
In the bleak gloom of winter, 38 more words

Journal

Doubts and Oaths

Note: This is my first writing after Nirwata – my longest and grandest work so far – concluded and was performed about three weeks ago. I submitted this – experimental, personally, as this is my first – poetry to my creative writing class to be reviewed in the workshop, and I was glad that it was received well. 160 more words

Poetry

Home

Home…when we were already in…i feel outside because I haven’t been home in years.

Insta-poems

You mean a woman can open it?

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Poem

Driving through a canvas at day

Imagine yourself driving:
Indifferent cat-eyes glide,
In glints of sun on grey seas,
Indistinct hills rolling green,
Ice-sky near aluminum,
I-beam horizon airbrushed.

Imagine driving now: 70 more words

Poem

"Amelia Cramped" by Monica Kulling

inthe

cockpit

likeabirdinabox

theicecakedwings        theicecakedwings

shebringsjuice

toothbrush&comb

couragethewill

tofly15hrs.

without

stop

throughdarkdanger

the

Atlantic

sky

Monica Kulling

(The words in a concrete or “shape” poem are arranged on the page to indicate a poem’s subject).

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