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I am a thorn enduring in the dark sky,

I am the one whom I have never met,

I am a swift fish shooting through the troubled waters, 88 more words

Joyfully Ambushed

One theme touched on in Matthew Zapruder’s Why Poetry is “associative movement,” a term he rather dislikes as being too “clinical sounding,” but uses anyway because its meaning is so vast that it’s hard to label and shelf as something else. 658 more words

Poetry

Renga - "Road of Ashes" Charley/Jilly

Finished!

Jilly has taken up this crazy challenge!  I will update our ongoing collaboration through 10 couplets.  Stop by and see what insanity she & I cook up!   134 more words

Poetry

Renga Challenge: On the Road of Ashes*

I was on the way, on the way
and suddenly, precipitously, I wasn’t.

Administration, Thoughts, Plots, Plans &tc:  (Which have been ‘borrowed’ directly from Qbit… 139 more words

Poetry

Some people

Some people
ascend out of our life, some people
enter our life,
uninvited and sit down,
some people
calmly walk by, some people 108 more words
Literature

Seeing the Eclipse in Maine by Robert Bly

It started about noon.  On top of Mount Batte,

We were all exclaiming.  Someone had a cardboard

And a pin, and we all cried out when the sun… 90 more words

American

pinhole camera eclipse poem

Robert Bly – Seeing the Eclipse in Maine

It started about noon.  On top of Mount Batte,

We were all exclaiming.  Someone had a cardboard… 23 more words