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15 10 2008

October has always been my favorite month…

I have 2 poems available to read now in Clockwise Cat. My smile is even bigger than the one on Buddha in the illustration!
 

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16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.

Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.

Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.

Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.

Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.

Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.

Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.

Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.

Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.

Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.

Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.

Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.

Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.

Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.

Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

16 10 2008
selfavowedgeek

Good deal.
Left you a comment at Clockwise Cat.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.
Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham

po

em, she

f

a

l

lsd

o
w
n

the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for

kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

Pretty fun, huh?

These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham

I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

I thought it might be something along those lines.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham

po

em, she

f

a

l

lsd

o
w
n

the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for

kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

Pretty fun, huh?

These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham

I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

I thought it might be something along those lines.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

I thought it might be something along those lines.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham

I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

Pretty fun, huh?

These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham

po

em, she

f

a

l

lsd

o
w
n

the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for

kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham

po

em, she

f

a

l

lsd

o
w
n

the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for

kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

Pretty fun, huh?

These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham

I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

I thought it might be something along those lines.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham

po

em, she

f

a

l

lsd

o
w
n

the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for

kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham

po

em, she

f

a

l

lsd

o
w
n

the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for

kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham

po

em, she

f

a

l

lsd

o
w
n

the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for

kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

Pretty fun, huh?

These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham

I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

I thought it might be something along those lines.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham

po

em, she

f

a

l

lsd

o
w
n

the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for

kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

Pretty fun, huh?

These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham

I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

I thought it might be something along those lines.

16 10 2008
bearleyport

Kali Graham
po
em, she
f
a
l
lsd
o
w
n
the page
like a lead-
endmeta
for
kerr-
plop. We all be
pushing up daisies, Neal.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham
Pretty fun, huh?
These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham
I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham
I thought it might be something along those lines.

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:

Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.

How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.

The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”

No. It won’t.

I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:

Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.

How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.

The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”

No. It won’t.

I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”

No. It won’t.

I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.

The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:

Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.

How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:

Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.

How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.

The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”

No. It won’t.

I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:

Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.

How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.

The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”

No. It won’t.

I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:

Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.

How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.

The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”

No. It won’t.

I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

16 10 2008
ckastens

Great poems, congrats!

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:
Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.
How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.
The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”
No. It won’t.
I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.

Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Good deal.

Thanks for that. I think I know why you may have liked the second one better. That second one was not only inspired by nature, but I wrote it after playing in the Cahaba River underneath a large bridge with my son. It was a good day with the boy, and I was trying to capture that feeling — one I know you can relate to with your own kids.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

Pretty fun, huh?

These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

Pretty fun, huh?

These were inspired heavily by e.e. cummings book, 50 Poems. I always liked the way he played with language and structure. His poetry always seemed playful to me. Like it was a game for him that he enjoyed playing even if no one else knew the rules.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:

Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.

How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Thanks and right back at you:

Congrats on Issue 1 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. It looks great and is near the top of my towering “to be read” list.

How’s that little alien of yours coming along? I heard he’s a boy. Congratulations!

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.

The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
ckastens

I’m not officially attached to BCS, although I have helped Scott round up some writers. But I enjoyed the first issue. I think it’s going to be a great magazine.

The little alien is getting BIG. Just a couple of months now, and life will never be the same again…

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”

No. It won’t.

I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

17 10 2008
Anonymous

“life will never be the same again…”

No. It won’t.

I tend to think it’s better, but it is a huge adjustment.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham

I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
bearleyport

Re: Kali Graham

I was playfully referring to _Calligrammes_ by Apollinaire, who spent part of the war in the trenches that a younger Cummings spent with “delectable mountains” and TP the size of postage stamps in _The Enormous Room_. Prisoners waiting in line for the latrine would try to put their TP (torn out of books) together and read what it said, they were so hungry for words.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

I thought it might be something along those lines.

17 10 2008
southernweirdo

Re: Kali Graham

I thought it might be something along those lines.

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