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Pollen piñatas

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
      Rich pigments blink anew  on alder branches aloft –  amber-colored catkins, countless weepy, oblong piñatas punched by turbid air, burst forth showers of pollen-laden haze, sending me in sneezing fits to my…

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Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, I have retouched my concrete poem of a cracked cranium for your viewing pleasure. Also, I have included the poem below in Spanish. Unfortunately, the shape of the…

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Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, I have retouched my concrete poem of a cracked cranium for your viewing pleasure. Also, I have included the poem below in Spanish. Unfortunately, the shape of the Spanish version was lost in translation. … Continue reading

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