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Sappho’s Song Sing me no songs of the daylightfor the sun is the enemy of lovers.Sing me instead of shadows and darknessand the memories of midnight. Sing me no songs of domestic brewsfor the lite beers do not intoxicate.Sing me … Continue reading
For today’s prompt, write an exotic poem. The New Normal That new dancer has some style legs as long as night I wonder how high her heels are within those Tyvek boots Clear plastic in all the right places crinkling … Continue reading
Astronaut Sonnet She floats in orbit around the pole wearing a skintight see-through spacesuit. She scans the club, observing the primitives who slip green paper into her Möbius garter. She doesn’t belong, neither angel nor alien, strutting eight inches above … Continue reading
For today’s prompt, take a line from an earlier poem (preferably from this month) to begin your poem for today. For instance, I took the final few lines of my poem from day 12 to start my example poem below. … Continue reading
Two of my poems from Wednesday Night Regular, Snake Dancer and Ballerinas, were included in The Round Up Zine’s Red Light Edition. Check it out!