Sit a little while and drink with me i would pour you a glass of poetry tall and clear with intent may it taste ~ of all the summers that you were young and free enough to graze your knees and elbows in the theatre of play ~ of that first strawberry-sweet kiss that formed your heart … Continue reading Slainte
When the meaning is hidden where do we begin to look for the answers? In the space around that which we cannot see? The crunch is of course, that place is everywhere. Things are only hidden until they are found. Not looking is key. submission for De's crunchy prompt at dVerse … Continue reading don’t look here
To the One Who Opens the door The Door And the Gate Keeper And, to the One who walks through - Sulis Sarasvati - there is a point a moment in time and space focused and singular where change is noticed here all things are possible here we know and we don't know collectively agitated … Continue reading adore this?
why does this space call form to fly here as that moth is bound to that light? why do some thoughts land here whilst others escape? what do you think of that poem chained link by link of such invisible musings? can you see it here frolicking and weaving between the lines? do you … Continue reading that peace
word forming becomes form inky concrete columns birthing backwards in space uppermost dawning heralding process sending roots poetic substratas to the end upon which all begins to substratas poetic roots sending process heralding dawning uppermost space in backwards birthing columns concrete inky form … Continue reading wjk
Posted by Grace in Poetics Hello everyone! Hope you are having a good day. As some of you know, I came back from my road trip to Alberta about a month ago. Looking back at my photos, my mind would wander – skipping the long distance, jumping over the fences and just be in that … Continue reading in?
Kerry is hosting at Toads. Greetings to all! Today is the day we put the "mini' back into the Sunday Mini-Challenge, and return to the option of form poetry. The object of this challenge is to write a poem in no more than 10 lines (but you may write in fewer than 10 lines all … Continue reading who looks?