Thursday, November 17, 2011

Glass. Is the surface of a poem like glass?

Definitely. Except when it is as stone and/or crater. Or crinkled paper.

In a meal, the glass surface usually is a container. Except when we are speaking of ice and deliciously and tremendously chilled. As in a martini. Of course, it being also contained by glass.

1 comment:

  1. Cocktail Hour

    nips of flander off a circle by the block
    notation 567 due west but slightly smudgy

    the one wet rag cast off the starboard sail
    and you, ice bucket full