poetry for a people.
poetry for a moment.
poetry to satiate the need.
poetry of an american outlaw.
poetry for the best words
in their best order.
poetry by Jhon Baker
Amazing take on the prompt. It is really interesting that Fireblossom mentioned Eve in her poem. Adam and/or Eve would not be the usual impression to come from looking at a snow scene, but then neither of you are the usual poets!
You see what we wish we could see but do not have the "plow" to bore through the clutter.. Your take on this prompt is nothing short of extraordinary...
It didn't occur to me at the time, but as soon as I read the first line, all I could think was "yes."
interesting magpie--would like to read more..c
Wish it was longer. Fantastic work.
A door can be so many things,a portal, safety, sanctuary, lockout,home, garish, ugly, purple,but an affront is something new,something dredged from a darkplace, or not, if you are like thebird trapped as the door slammedbehind you, or Jim Bridger needingthe music of the mountains beforehe could slumber and dream.Excellent poetics, existential andbiblical, moral and philosophic.
Oh, but He opened a window!
Love this take on the prompt!
your poetry is....i can't even articulate.i'm left thinking about it all day.yes, more would be lovely, but not having it, makes it even better. but of course, you knew that. ;)
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