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Sticking point

Parched are my thoughts, tongue tied in knots, brain denied this unquenchable knowledge. Dreams keep me salivating, awaken empty-minded, reality just an appetizer –  the dry uninspired salad. Before me rests blank paper with indescribable white noise ringing aloud between … Continue reading

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Being here in the clear

I’m sitting here in my chair and am amazed by the utter silence on this Saturday afternoon.  Save for my fingers typing over the keypad, there is but a distant bird whistle and dog bark echoing in the background.  Nothing … Continue reading

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a part / apart

So many times I have tried to force myself onto an idea as though it were my mind’s own, but it is not –  it is a shared dialogue between me, you, this universe,  of which I am proud  to … Continue reading

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Enduring lexicon

Cover the earth with your lexicon of words, scatter them like ink black feathers falling from ravens, carve your message deep in the enduring woods and collect vagrant cones, needles and moss to compose a place of solace apart from … Continue reading

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Nostalgia, Naturally by Tyler Pedersen

Nostalgia, Naturally by Tyler Pedersen In December 2007, I self-published my first book of poetry through Authorhouse.  It was a great learning process and I highly recommend it to anyone who has the desire to publish and some rainy day … Continue reading

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Bottom of the heap

Here is a little food for thought for you dreamers and creative spirits in the blog-o-sphere.  Sometimes the best and brightest ideas go unrealized like the millions of stars that quietly expire while we sleep.  If we, as artists, are … Continue reading

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Calling all creative spirits…let’s sculpt those poems into shape

If you haven’t noticed already, I enjoy shaping my poems to reflect their content.  I know I am certainly not the first to do this, but I would like to encourage other poets to give both the figurative and literal … Continue reading

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Look no further

Ok, so here it goes, let’s get this poem on a roll! Why rhyme when nothing in life has that kind of timing? Poetry begins with a needle prick of passion through the heart, try to find the words and … Continue reading

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Thank you!

I would like to thank everyone who has liked or commented on my posts thus far.  It’s hard to believe, but you have helped me accumulate over 500 likes since starting my blog on March 8th.  So far, 43 readers … Continue reading

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Readymade poem

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 travel to a distant place? How … Continue reading

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