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Did you remember
the peach I gave you
in the morning
before I went to work?
Did you remember
when you lifted me up
and spun me around… 29 more words


Erasure Poems

I got really into doing erasure/blackout poems in July. I’d never tried them before really, but I was doing a 30-poems-in-30-days challenge with some friends, and wanted to participate more days of the month than not—but I didn’t have the poetry-emergy-wherewithal to write from scratch everyday. 173 more words


218 of 366

it started in a joke

but for a week

I hadn’t any soul

and kept pourin’ blame

at heaven

Blackout Poetry

217 of 366

I was here

this was where I was

and only here

Blackout Poetry

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I resolved to see

myself as great;

no one could be me

Blackout Poetry

Difference as a Key to the Sacred

Long brown hair. Tawny skin. Jeans. Black sandals. That’s how she appeared when we met. And I was hooked. She was dressed simply but femininely. I’d driven to south GA, where some of my family lived, to meet her. 507 more words

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