Monthly Archives: August 2013

Poetry Error

Whatever could be a poetry error?  I know, bad grammar, meaningless drivel (redundancy), incorrect spelling and any number of syntax or rhyming flaws. Nope.  That was not my error.  (Well, maybe one of the above)  Apparently my error lies in … Continue reading

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POSTCARD POETRY #2

Photo by C.J. Prince     May you ride the wind above this place, above the sand and waves and seaweed in a buttermilk sky, ride the wind above words, above eucalyptus, free with Egyptian goddess Sothis who guides you … Continue reading

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POSTCARD POETRY FESTIVAL MONTH

What entices your Muse? I think of her constantly, sometimes with irritation, sometimes, pleading, most often accepting her wily ways and sense of timelessness.  She will wake me in the middle of the night with a string of words that … Continue reading

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