Day 6/30 of the Tupelo 30/30 Project (20170806)

this side of the creek
i dried my socks
and went barefoot…


Want to read more? You can. My poem invisible made visible is available to read at the Tupelo 30/30 project page.

Already Day 6, and you may actually be reading this one Day 7. I hope I get better/faster/stronger/6 million dollars worth soon so that I don’t keep you waiting.

Folks, I need your help. Tupelo Press needs your help. More people need to read poetry. I have three whole weeks of sponsorships still left. So why not take advantage of me–I mean, this opportunity. Go to Tupelo Press’ Project 30/30 page for more details.

7 thoughts on “Day 6/30 of the Tupelo 30/30 Project (20170806)”

  1. Reblogged this on SLHARPERPOETRY and commented:
    Our resident WordPress Corvid is but one small poet, bit he’s taking 30 giant leaps for Poetkind! Let’s help him stay afloat while he helps an indie Press keep poetry vital and accessible! Please consider supporting his cause – a cause which is relevant to all of us! – by sponsoring one of Charles’s 30 poems in the month of August, or by making a donation (no amount is insignificant!) in the name of poetry! Most of all, let’s show our appreciation for all the ways “the stuff that comes out of a bird’s mouth” entertains, inspires, and helps us feel connected!

    1. This is based on a memory from a few years ago when my wife and I went to Sedona. I went hiking out by cathedral rock. It was pretty amazing.

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