Daily Archives: March 29, 2013

To build a shadow

Shape poem of an apple casting an evening shadow By Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2013

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Shape poem of a Coke bottle from book of poems titled, ‘Nostalgia, Naturally,’ by Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2007

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Trapping the echo

All sounds are new and foreign, some words are too soft spoken to hear the progress of their pronunciation. Eardrum delirium, equilibrium asphyxiated, balance blown to heck in a second-hand basket, vertigo, up, down, where now? Characters tumble, cascade, crumble … Continue reading

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Spoonful

Shape poem of a spoon By Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2010

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The Power of Plural

Maybe I am not enough, a far cry from transcendental hermit. Who knew humans could be our closest confidants? Completeness begins in the presence of others who share the same warmth, a common passion and inner worth. No day shines … Continue reading

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Bought and branded

As many of you know, I am passionate about nature.  However, as a human being, I am not only concerned about our neglect of the environment but our disregard for humanity.  We have been branded by the label of humankind … Continue reading

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