October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month. Today, come see the artistic vision of Kasia Puciata. And a found poem we created from Kasia’s vibrant words.
Edgar Allan Poe published his 1st poetry collection in 1827, at 18 years old. A tendency to run up debts & gamble kept him in constant state of reinvention.
Dream and love poems, from the pollen of a sunflower to blue sky and a curry leaf. Plus, a poem on the pain of senility.
The whales, the sea, and the occasional dragonfly and blackbird. Love poems to make you dream.
A year outside brings us to a year inside. Poems of nature, dreams, sensual love. Divided by seasons, the poems explore the range of human experience.
Finding the poems of Elizabeth Bishop. Again. With “The Riverman.”
Surreal poems on work, love, and the ruby moon.
Laughing flames, a tipped candle, chattering gold. Each tweet a poem in itself.
So the three of us tweeted away (49 tweets in all). Then I was given the privilege of crafting our separate poems into one big poem, and we decided to name it in honor of our absent friend.