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Poetic origin stories

In recognition of National Poetry Month, I am asking fellow poets to tell their poetic origin stories – why is poetry your medium of choice, what inspires your brain, where do you write best, do you live to write or … Continue reading

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In celebration on finally moving all of our stuff into this new apartment, I’d like to criticize my wife and I who are pack rats.  Please try and downsize.  You never realize how much…

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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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30% down (and a majority to go)

It’s my 30th birthday today and I have written a poem for you to reflect on.  I apologize for not being able to share cake over the internet, but it is national pi day, so treat yourself to a calculator … Continue reading

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Organic (and mechanical) clockwork

  The grass conspires to grow unhindered by my triumphant mow, as the sun rakes over freshly trimmed greens, I am astonished at the Gramineae family speed. Shallow roots sneaking below, quick energy from dog duty, lighter poultry and worm … Continue reading

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The Soul’s Storage Unit

In celebration on finally moving all of our stuff into this new apartment, I’d like to criticize my wife and I who are pack rats.  Please try and downsize.  You never realize how much crap you have until it’s compacted … Continue reading

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