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Why can’t they all be Gary Gnu?

I’ve removed the political feeds from my inbox and replaced them with poetry from places like Rattle Magazine. Not only does it calm my mind, it keeps it in a creative place.  Instead of encouraging me to yell and scream about things I cannot control, it makes the creation of new poetry likely, even little scratches in the dust like this.

I’ve been thinking a good deal lately about the inevitable nature of creativity and death. It is part of every moment in every string from this balled up humanity.

 

Step One, Hold Hands. Step Two, Don’t Let Go

Time is your partner

in all that you do

When it goes away

so. do. you.

 

Who was Gary Gnu? Thought you Gnew? Fool!

Be True to your Gnu

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WHEN I MOVED Poetry and Prose Series

This was a fun experience and I highly recommend publishing this way. Whether you are building a portfolio of work, or just want to read and share interesting perspectives, there is something for just about any writer here.

Play with poetry or play with prose, just get out there and play already!

 

Thank you to the 151 writers — from 33 states and 17 countries — who participated in our WHEN I MOVED Poetry & Prose Series, which ran from August 9 – September 27, 2016. Many thanks to the fol…

Source: Thank you to the 151 authors who participated in our WHEN I MOVED Poetry and Prose Series

 

Coming next: https://silverbirchpress.wordpress.com/2016/08/18/call-for-submissions-my-prized-possession-poetry-and-prose-series/

 

Make that story zig or run

by switching the first line

with the last one

when you are done.

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