Inspired by an offhand remark by George Michael in a television interview.
Reflections on a flashback (a poem)
Thinking about why I put some things together in the same poem…
Flashback (a poem)
Watching this week’s episode of Lethal Weapon…
Ghost voice of Titanic (a poem)
Partly inspired by the Seed Mouth instrumental of the same name…
An unsettling feeling, in four parts (a poem)
Trying something slightly different. Inspired by a Swedish Cancer Center commercial and episodes of The Twilight Zone.
Poetry Marathon 2016, Hour Three: The disposable nature of pop music
Third poem of the day. Continue reading
The post-game minute (a poem)
Not thrilled with yesterday’s results. At least this one is short…
National Poetry Writing Month, Day #18
Today’s napowrimo.net prompt is to write a poem ‘that incorporates “the sound of home.” Think back to your childhood, and the figures of speech and particular ways of talking that the people around you used, and which you may not hear anymore.’ This prompt did not particularly call to mind much, so my poem ends up taking a different turn, into a random recollection.
National Poetry Writing Month, Day #8
Today’s napowrimo.net prompt is to write a poem about a flower. Since this is about as exciting to me as the seeds thing, since the day-eight prompt was up well before midnight in my time zone, and since all of the poems I wrote for day 7 used the tritina form (and I was therefore in the zone), I went with that…
On Yumi’s birthday (A poem)
Continuing to explore the pantoum…