i’ve been thinking of buying a clock
for some background noise
does anyone even sell
regular clocks anymore?
Want to read more? You can. My poem dripping faucet talks to me is available to read at the Tupelo 30/30 project page.
The prompt I received for this was from my good pal Rose. Check out (one of) her sites at POET RUMMAGER. She’s also a pretty snazzy artist.
I’ve still got sponsorship slots to fill here!
You too can sponsor a poem or just donate to Tupelo Press to ensure that poets’ voices can be heard through the vehicle of indie presses. Go here for more details.
And now we’ve got a lovely little 50 words story of what you get when you play with fire from Poet Rummager. Visit her site and check out all of the golden voices who’ve contributed this month on the February 2017 Open Mic Page.
Yes, my friends. TWO new readings. One is a delightful tale of a fowl-tempered friend brought to us by Poet Rummager. You can check out her awesome artwork on her site, too.
The other is the fifth most popular, and previously unrecorded, poem from my site from last year.
Head over to the January Open Mic Page and scroll down to listen. Be there, or be rectilinear on a two dimensional plane.
Y’all should hop on over to the November Open Mic page and check out the latest offering by Poet Rummager, our very own Rose. It’s so fun, you’ll croak.
You should also make the leap and follow her blog. I’d say more, but I have a frog in my throat.
Yes, that title isn’t lying. The wonderful Rose, our own Poet Rummager, has graciously added a new reading to the October Open Mic page. Check out her sites here (poetrummager) AND here (slashermonster).
You can catch all the sweet voices on the Open Mic Page.
Also, consider this your last reminder for October to get your readings in for this month. Seriously, people.
Poet Rummager (you may have seen her cheeky comments on my site–or hers) wrote a fifty word story that stuck with me so much that I kept coming back to it again and again. So I was pleased to be invited to participate in an expansion of her brief tale.