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for a river of stones.
I love the idea of sleeping room to room. And the bravery required to rearrange the stars? Immense!
wouldn’t that be a grand proposition? new constellations!
Sounds like a chapbook in the making. Again, I love your stone. Am picking them up and putting them in my pocket.
thanks, margo! i dont know about a chapbook. it’s a little early for that. 🙂 though i did this (sort of) on my own in june and was able to see themes emerging and trails to follow. perhaps that same thing is happening now.
I have, I have…lol, love this one,
yes, i am wrangling some tigers, too. terrible, sexy beasts!
Been known to do that. Perceptive little piece.
I like how you’re continuing your thoughts from one stone to the next. In the end you’ll have a memoir in poetry for the month of January. Nice poems, carolee. 🙂
thanks, christine! we’ll see if it continues or not. taking them as they come. 🙂
I like the way this poem captures the conflicting sense of aspiration, opportunity and unsettledness that comes with every new year. I hope you find your own room – but not before having lots of fun with the stars!
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Caught in a good light in Portland, Oregon | 06.10.2011
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Reading at Sunday Four, 3/27, in Voorheesville (photo by Dan Wilcox)
Patio furniture shadow on red siding
SE Portland, July 2010
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