National Poetry Writing Month, Day #27

Today’s prompt is to write a poem with long lines… My second thoughts first found me a third of the way through the quarter I tried to stop counting the moment I saw what was happening because my problems always multiply from there no matter how I slice it and the loop dances with infinity Once [...]

Sauvignon Blanc (a poem)

Lots of fragments and random stuff last night… 1 Forget about whatever you heard the dance is never going to happen What she’s missing cannot be replaced what you’ve lost you’ve lost 2 Settle the proposition with a firm decision Maybe it’s our destiny 3 I can’t tell you that’s what happened especially if I’m [...]

Why I don’t drink wine anymore (a poem)

The November 21st prompt in The Daily Poet: Day-By-Day Prompts For Your Writing Practice, by Kelli Russell Agodon & Martha Silano, is to ‘[w]rite a poem that begins After three glasses of wine or After three shots of whiskey and continue writing about the antics that follow.’ I After three glasses of wine I go on a YouTube bender posting everything [...]