For Harold: A Tetrameter Tribute

Here's a recording of FOR HAROLD, a tetrameter piece of poetry I did for my dear friend Harold Lipford when I found about his passing. The text is below.  Words can't do it, but this will be my contribution.  For those of you who don't know, Harold presided over my marriage to Anjie almost 34 …

Tetrameter Fragments

So I've been experimenting with various ideas about what to do with the tetrameter that I've been writing each morning for over two years.    For the moment, I've decided to pull fragments out and create panels experimenting with text and texture.  I've got lots to learn visually, but it feels like there's potential here. …

A 100 Word Prompt: …the extreme weather meant…

From a prompt from Julia's Place. The prompt:  ...the extreme weather meant...  100 words.  Here we go. FOG AGAIN, HE SAYS, CURTAIN PARTING Fog again, he says, curtain parting, Fingertips nearly numb with night Still cold on them like blunt, iced hurt The extreme weather meant to leave, Meant to deposit on blued skin Left …

Poetry Tuesday: 100,000 Words

The most significant writing I did in 2012?  Hard to say yet, but here’s one contender: over one hundred thousand words in lines of free verse tetrameter. 100,000 words in sessions of 15-20 minutes a day 5-6 times a week.  Had no idea until I transferred all of it into Word files. Is it any …