existentiality (as startled in the night)

Inspired by the phrase 'the soot that falls from chimneys' taken from 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' by T. S. Eliot. This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project the startlein the night wasthis timecaused by a sound it woke me left me wonderingat the source internal . . . external . … Continue reading existentiality (as startled in the night)

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the day (by the bank by the wood) does what it may wish

Inspired by the phrase 'I will go to the bank by the wood' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman. This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project and is itnotat timessuch as these such trying timesas thesethat the needto beemerges timeslike thesefor selfto finally fullyemerge on a day of … Continue reading the day (by the bank by the wood) does what it may wish

from a confusion (of insensible things)

Inspired by the phrase I call: “Where are you?” , from the poem 'Madonna of the Evening Flowers' written by Amy Lowell. This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project in the nightawakenedfrom a deep dreamthat is a confusionplaying its dishevelmentas though a conversationof insensible thingsshared between rational beings my eyes openstaring at the … Continue reading from a confusion (of insensible things)

Wishing me a happy (WordPress) anniversary!

Well, my dear friends, it seems I've managed three years of incessant poetry blogging here at WordPress. I thank them for letting me know. I thank you for reading them (some, if not all LOL!) 2,734 posts (counting this one). Mostly individual poems. 11,954 comments (thank you one and all for being willing to comment … Continue reading Wishing me a happy (WordPress) anniversary!