Category Archives: Humor

Phantom catalyst

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Drowsy, I nod off at the keyboard. My subconscious pours words I never knew existed. Phantom poems fill vague spaces in my dreams, when one hole mends another tears apart at the seams. Cerebral…

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Readymade poem

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Poem, will you write yourself for me? For I am too tongue-tied in my absent rhymes  to hear myself think. Will you inspire my hand to fly across the page or fuel my mind’s…

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Blockhead

Concrete poem of a paper bag fit for a blockhead A tribute to the Peanuts gallery within us all with apologies to Charles ‘Sparky’ Schultz Click the block to enlarge the font

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Destiny and decay

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Quietly rushing thoughts prick my mind like a stun dart, its side-effects so sublime. Artful sleep paints pictures in leaves where I rest, unconsciously listening to the ground’s respiratory hum, my head to its…

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Impressions of a leaf

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A concrete poem of a leaf By Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2011

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Seeing the forest for the seeds

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Happy Earth Day Everyone!

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Ode to the ancient Nautilus

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                                   preserving         life                      shell…

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Lobotomy lullaby

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Concrete poem of a cracked cranium By Tyler Pedersen Copyright 2013 click image above to enlarge this thick-skulled poem

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Lobotomy lullaby

Concrete poem of a cracked cranium By Tyler Pedersen Copyright 2013 click image above to enlarge this thick-skulled poem

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Morning dew

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Droplets of dew tremble beneath the fir’s prickly boughs, their surface tension broken not by needles but by wind drawn from the earth’s subtle spin.

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