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Sonic Poetry in Motion with Jane Ira Bloom

Sweeping full circles with her soprano sax, Jane Ira Bloom literally places notes all around her. They hang and linger, and as they disperse, combine with the trail of new notes. 1,044 more words

dVerse Haibun Monday: The Now

For Kim’s haibun prompt over at dVerse. A haibun is a real, not fictional writing of several tight paragraphs closed by a seasonal haiku.

The Now… 463 more words


If Dickinson and Whitman had been in chat rooms . . .

Emily Dickinson: (◡‿◡✿)

Emily Dickinson: (ʘ‿ʘ✿) ”What you say ’bout my dark poems?”

Emily Dickinson:  (ʘ‿ʘ)ノ✿ ”Hold my flower!”

Walt Whitman: ✿\(。-_-。) “Kick their butts, baby, I got your flower.”

Writing & Literary

Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence

Location: Regensburg, Germany

When you need to get away, you don’t have to go far. A visit to the local park can provide the break you deserve. 230 more words


Saturday, January 20th

How about a trip to the nineteenth century?

Daniil Trifonov, piano (Chopin, Schumann, Grieg), live (studio performance), Washington, D.C., 1/12/18



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To shut our eyes is Travel.

—Emily Dickinson (1830-1886), Letter 354

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Poetry — A New Lover

I think I’ve made the right call in choosing to study English Literature. I’ve taken two poetry courses this semester, and I’ve fallen wildly in love. 231 more words

Aspiring Writer