Tell Each Other The following things: If there’s a rice-looking snot in a nostril (or any shape of snot, actually)If there’s a dark chunk of food between teeth (or any coloured chunk of food, actually) If breathe is deathlyIf a bra shows throughIf ear wax is showingIf one smells like poo If you need an… Continue reading Poem 335 – Tell Each Other & Yin Writing
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Poem 317 – Around the Table
around the table we gathered felt our stories lifting lilting tilting into each other’s smiles inhaled the glory of common motivations inspirations that shape-shifted like the characters we attempted to contain embraced the soundtrack of fingertips on keyboards the orchestra of self-expression intersecting with trumpet-laughter jazz yellow daisies alive & listening petal pranced across the… Continue reading Poem 317 – Around the Table
Poem 305 – Veil & NaNoWriMo Starts Today!
VeilOn All Souls Day The veil is thina silk sifter between parallel planesbut I don’t see you I want to, dad, to hold your handlike I never did when your body was near me I want to, Nonna, to walk beside you on the mountain toplike I never did when your body was near me… Continue reading Poem 305 – Veil & NaNoWriMo Starts Today!
Time Records & More!
So, you know how there's that thing that parents can do: live vicariously through their children? Well, it's happening! Jett, 14-years-old, made a short film earlier this year and it was accepted in the Windsor Youth Film Festival. A short time after it was screened, Jett was contacted by local filmmaker Mike Stasko, who told… Continue reading Time Records & More!