Monday, December 5, 2011

Rattle. When does a poem rattle?

When it wants attention?
When it receives too much attention?
When no one is reading it?

Yes, & more.

More can be said of food which rattles. But first consider the kettle and its rattling of water for tea. The matriarch of sound.

1 comment:

  1. Stirrup

    toward the deity (sane)
    or not
    pancakes on the griddle
    the eloquence of cookies
    butter, sprinkles, icing

    shadow of the toy
    in the little girl's bed