Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Chard. How does chard inspire the poem?

The sound of crunch. Sound of the definitive. And oh so green & curvy. Just what a woman wants in a poem, wouldn't you say? Especially when it comes freshly picked from writer-friend Rich's garden. The late Early Girl tomatoes are so exquisitely up for chard's companionship, too.

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  1. MT p 30

    Articulate as birds, the girls
    asks questions of their dolls
    in that recitation
    the figures always add up
    the letters fall into words
    the dresses do not lie