Saturday, December 17, 2011

Idiosyncratic. What makes an idiosyncratic poem?

The one who writes the poem. The one who reads the poem. Of course, certain words lend themselves to an idiosyncratic texture. "Idiosyncratic" being an example.

Much the same is said of a cook. Also, the one who eats the meal. Of course, certain foods are both visually & tactically peculiar & personal. Close your eyes; visualize.

1 comment:

  1. Stirrup 13

    in her bassinet --
    toast with strawberry
    --a piece of glass

    don't move an option
    damaged wharf
    where I took you

    flag-stationed fur