Day 8/30 of the Tupelo 30/30 Project (20170808)

you smile
like i could pick the shadows….


Want to read more? You can. My poem toothpick is available to read at the Tupelo 30/30 project page. And don’t just read my poem. Take time to crawl over the whole page.

This prompt is brought to you by a wonderful poet who wishes to remain ANONYMOUS. (Actually, it was brought to you by Janice at On the Land. It just came in anonymously for some reason.)

This poem is also a response to:
dVerse ~ Poets Pub
Poetics: shade

Twenty spots left my fine friends. Don’t make me get al Dr. Suess. Go to Tupelo Press’ Project 30/30 page for more details.

11 thoughts on “Day 8/30 of the Tupelo 30/30 Project (20170808)”

  1. I don’t think I would be able to pick the shadows from someone’s teeth unless I could pick what is making those shadows. Best wishes on the volunteer project at Tupelo Press.

  2. Two lines….so rich….so potent….so many thoughts spring to mind from these two lines.
    Wonderful! Glad you posted to the “shade” prompt!

  3. A fine poem … tombstone teeth and dark shadows pouring out…shudder-worthy images (sorry if I checked off an anonymous box…it wasn’t intended)…

    1. I don’t think it even gave me your email address. Thanks so much for sponsoring me and supporting Tupelo Press!

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