it was quite clear
that her best poetry
was not present in any poem
it was in a blue wooden box
in the backyard shed where she kept everything
she couldn’t stand to look at anymore.
I really love this poem and would like to share it on my blog. Is that ok with you?
thank you! and absolutely, feel free to share it.
[…] or prose that I just instantly fall in love with. That’s exactly what happened when I read “Her Best Poetry” on the blog ianstarttoday. It’s definitely worth wandering around over […]
I’m glad for this. thank you somuch for the comment
I love this vision of things you have shed!
thank you for the comment and more importantly, the wordplay!
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