Monday, April 29, 2013

What can the short poem learn from a lemon?

A sense of "precisely." Lemons, their juice, their rinds are precise in taste -- one could say astringent and not be too far off the mark. Short (very), very short poems have a bing of lemon to them.

Now, consider pepper (as in black).

1 comment:

  1. (H. cont.)

    Perhaps an additional touch of solace
    would add more flavor to the plan
    He thought: she draws vessels
    all faraway places

    encryption on the night of scarves