Monthly Archives: February 2019

816 SCANSION DEFINED 2-24-19

The art before the art. The practise through which the poet uncovers all the sizes and shapes of poetry… as my brilliant grand daughters architectural instinct espresses itself in beautiful, breath taking sand castles dotting the tide line of our … Continue reading

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815 It’s on you, Pop. 2-3-18

The Son and His Father played catch in the park outside the Pearly Gates. The angels joined in for a lark! See the Son at short-stop, the Father, on first. Gabriel at third, keeping up the chatter, “No Batter! No … Continue reading

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814 Father in heaven? 2-1-19

In my Fathers house were many women. If it were not so, I wouldn’t need to tell. That includes my Mother, for a brief stint, twenty five years, give or take. I mean, after all, I am here as is … Continue reading

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