Friday, May 30, 2014


Keep food bright and uncluttered.  Color, by the way, doesn't clutter.  So bring on the hues.  The same with poetry.  How to accomplish the latter?  Keep an eraser at hand.  Actual and metaphorical, that is.   The mouth and ears are wonderful erasers.  So go ahead and read poems out loud; you'll feel how (or how not) they've been edited.  Stir away.

1 comment:

  1. As an insect will jump at a sound

    a heartbeat

    a voice through tall trees

    there is a savage note to explorations

    & the unfair length of winter nights