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I peer into the spam folder for fun. And I threaten new poetry soon.
A writing update, because I am but mad north-north-west: when the wind is southerly I know a hawk from a handsaw.
I don't know, some thoughts about The Sandman or something.
A writing update, and my words on one of my published poems.
I was going to post a third Wordle poem but it turned into something, and then it became a serious piece I could submit to a particular place. Thus, there is no poem today, at least not here, but it may appear somewhere else. Or not. Anyway, this list below are recent topics I have … Continue reading Following rabbits
For today's Wordle Poem I have used recent answers from Wordle, which are, Gloat, Input, Loser, Cacao, Blown, and Apron, in no particular order. Enjoy. Slice Dirty apron, hands clean, red-faced from heat blown from the oven door, which chases the chill from the kitchen. The cake is baked, soon it will be iced, decorated, … Continue reading Wordle poem #2
A post featuring a link to a new poem by me, with thanks to Livina Press @Livina_Press
Here's a story. My mother, for her entire life, possessed some kind of allergy towards metal. She couldn't bear to wear jewellery very often, (her wedding and engagement rings excepted and perhaps a high quality silver ring). Mainly, she couldn't wear watches, because every single one of them would cease to work if she wore … Continue reading Testing mettle
I was challenged to write a poem using recent Wordle solutions. If you don't want to know today's answer, then, please read no further. Anyway, this is what I came up with. Thirst It's a phase. Following trends, as they creak from one to another ceaselessly, without consideration. Preferring lustre over depth. Showy. Yet, they … Continue reading Wordle poem