Daily Archives: April 26, 2013

Kneading Play-doh into poetry

Presently, my brain needs to knead an idea, inner muse a masseuse managing to massage moments into meaning. What odd finger-like folds apply pressure to perception, pushing me to pause and position my pathos like acupuncture pins, releasing pain and apprehension. My … Continue reading

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Skipping light

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
And the sun never went down – it just spread out over the water, skipping light off of the shimmering lake. photo and poem from ‘Nostalgia, Naturally’ by Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2007

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The solar equation

In celebration of the sunshine’s return for summer, I have retouched one of my older poems to add some color to your lives (see above). I have also included a music video (see below) by one of my favorite musical … Continue reading

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Iceberg insurance

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
I’m saving up for something, not just another rainy day. In the future, I hope to collect and not watch what I’ve got drip away. When you lose interest in life, why that’s not…

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The stoney waters of Alberton

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As waters run into stoney shores, where trees float above the horizon, I will be complete, I question no more.

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Alberton bridge, NW Montana

This is the Alberton bridge, below which are the oldest rocks on earth, so old in fact, they predate the fossil record! One such boulder lodged on the edge of the Clark Fork River was transported here from would-be Russia … Continue reading

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Exchange

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Concrete poem of a revolving door and the letter X Click the X to enlarge the TeXt

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