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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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Concrete Poem: The Cage

This is my first attempt at concrete poetry. It is created so that the shape of the poem has just as much impact as the words. Poetry meets art.

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On changing tides by Luke Evans

On changing tides

Out by the rails, the grass too tall to walk through,
but we did anyway, checking each other for ticks
afterwards. We itched like the blades… 202 more words

#poem

The Shapes of Clouds by John L. Stanizzi

The Shapes of Clouds

. . . . . . . . . . . . .Childhood is far away.
. . . . . 166 more words

#poem

Laura Marie Clark reblogged this on Let it come from the heart and commented:

A great example of a concrete poem.

The Shapes of Clouds by John L. Stanizzi

The Shapes of Clouds

. . . . . . . . . . . . .Childhood is far away.
. . . . . 166 more words

#poem