Custard is the unlikely hero of a comic children’s poem by Ogden Nash. “The Tale of Custard the Dragon” was first published in 1936 but retains its appeal after 81 years. 151 more words
2 months ago
Have I told you about speculative poetry?
I DIDN’T KNOW IT EXISTED EITHER!
How long has this been a thing? Probably since before I was born, but one would think I would have stumbled upon such a thing by now. 323 more words
If you could have asked
Is it raining
in some future place?
Or will I suffer
the slings and arrows . . .?
And got your answer… 46 more words
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She feels her way through the hatch
She climbs aboard the ship
And discovers she can see everything around her
If not for the footing… 135 more words
The Metamorph lays in bed
Listening to the rain . . .
She likes the staccato of rain
Pounding on a tin roof
She remembers it from her childhood… 70 more words
Who can say the shape of the Heart
For while it is a made thing
It so perfectly reflects everything
That it is invisible
The Heart is the first of its kind… 222 more words
The Heart Comes
The Heart comes as silent Wind
On a winter day
The Heart . . .
A gentle hand
Fingers brush the sky… 64 more words