Today is the birthday of John Keats (1795-1821), free spirit, lover, and beloved poet of the English Romantic period. Standing at a mere five feet in height, Keats was shy and unsure of himself. When he was able to overcome … Continue reading
Concluded after years of using public transit… 1. If you arrive early to your bus stop, your bus will
The Hunger Moon: New and Selected Poems, 1980-2010 by Marge Piercy. 352 pages, paperback. Alfred A. Knopf, 2012 I’ve always disliked long poetry. And by “long,” I mean covering more than two pages in the book. For some reason it … Continue reading
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Chris Woodyard, a native of Ohio (midwestern United States) is the leading authority on ghosts and haunted places in the state. Chris calls herself a “fortean” researcher: an explorer of paranormal phenomena. One may be a die-hard skeptic or believe … Continue reading
Here is a new 7 Word Itch poem that I wrote recently, followed by one written by a friend of mine using the same words. Our seven words were:
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