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Monseigneur le Chat

Il ne s’agite point, je crois qu’il a raison ;
Jadis il s’amusait avec un fil de laine,
Il parcourait la rue, il explorait la plaine… 95 more words


Six Sonnets

by Erik Fuhrer

Voyage Out Sonnet 17

Artists sat looking into the fire three months ago, eyes leaning

out of windows, looking at the lights beneath them, in a brisk… 1,031 more words


"I should" (Sharing an original poem.)

I knew. I heard you. You’ve been wanting a poetry post!

For something different and heretofore unseen in this space, I’m posting a form poem. That’s right: for today’s dug-up offering, I’ve got this poem I wrote in a grad school forms course. 277 more words


A Bitter End

A fool perhaps, that stares into the sun

Blindly disguising foresights intention

To swim in melted wax with retention

And walk in desert sand too soft to run… 83 more words

Bright Pink Bookmark

Outward Appearances

Written for:  dVerse Poets Pub – Meeting The Bar:  “Enjambment in Sonnets”  (posted by Jilly)
“The use of punctuation in poetry, especially when it is read aloud, is just as essential as it is in prose, but many of us find it difficult to read a poem to the punctuation as opposed to the line breaks, but that is just what we are meant to do. 256 more words

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