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Lightly child, lightly.

I dreaded dawn’s first light.
I did not know what it might say
Of life’s long tangle, or, now finally,
Of the lonely world.

Might dawn yet say: 82 more words

Inspire

Book review of Essbaum's Hausfrau: NOT a modern Anna Karenina story

A couple of weeks ago I found two books at my local library using one of my common techniques for choosing books—browsing randomly. These books were in a corner of the library set aside for a summer reading club. 1,501 more words

Books

Book review of Essbaum's Hausfrau: NOT a modern Anna Karenina story

A couple of weeks ago I found two books at my local library using one of my common techniques for choosing books—browsing randomly. These books were in a corner of the library set aside for a summer reading club. 1,502 more words

Book Reviews

mortal limit :: robert penn warren

I saw the hawk ride updraft in the sunset over Wyoming.
It rose from coniferous darkness, past gray jags
Of mercilessness, past whiteness, into the gloaming… 102 more words

Poems

The Prompter Room

For Tuesday, May 23, 2017:

is the process by which, in imagining itself and the relation of individuals to one another and it, a society comes to understand itself, and by understanding, discover its possibilities of growth. 8 more words

The Prompter Room

WTF is (the Point of) Narrative Poetry?

Narrative poetry is essentially any type of poem that tells or intimates a story — one with plot, characters, setting, and a discernible point-of-view. Even so, most narrative poems do not fully articulate a story so much as construct its scaffolding and allude to its content with imagery and lyricism. 1,452 more words

Commentary

"Waiting Between Worlds": A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Goran Jovic (2017)

“Waiting Between Worlds” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film Featuring Excerpts from Robert Penn Warren Poem Directed By Goran Jovic.

Filmed and Directed by: Goran Jovic… 336 more words

Cinematic Poems