Skin tag in my peripheraleye catching collection of skina reminder to notice the blurryto pause the rapid flurryof things that pass fast& see what more you can hold in your vision under your nose on your face a fuller smile OH THE JOY OF THE JOY OF EDITING! Thank you Abbey and Aimee, and the 30+ writers… Continue reading Poem 155 – skin tag & the success of joy!
Through this my heart is this:tectonic to yoursthe swollen pressureof loving youreturned in this lifetimeoh how ancient our desirehow thorough our devotionthis know: constant storms ofblissful starlight spreading heat on this morning’s tentative turn from the darkI hold you through the shift in timerepeat my promises in whispered hymnsremind us that each time we quake… Continue reading Poem 154 – Through This & The Joy of Editing TONIGHT!
Playing autologicalsuch erudite english wordsmagniloquent [indeed] For poetic inspiration this morning, I searched 'five syllable word'. Research: autological https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/52927/17-words-describe-themselves Except, Merrium-Webster says it's not a word at all! https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autological, however, it does define autologous: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autologous And...magnlioquent means: Grandiose and pompous. Now, my brain hurts. (I'm feeling cephalalgia.) The Joy of Editing Tomorrow at 7pm! So,… Continue reading Poem 152 – Playing & Tomorrow – The Joy of Editing!
Whole Are we meant to see the whole picture?I mean, how often do you stand naked in front of a full-length mirror& stare at your whole body?Most days it’s the face – a lean in to examine a wrinkle or quick nostril checkPerhaps a medium view boobs shoulders neck faceJudging the tautness of the skin… Continue reading Poem 152 – Whole & The Joy of Editing – This Thursday!