PoetsWest Weekly Radio Calendar: Thursday 23 June 2016 6:30 p.m. (PT) KSER 90.7 FM on The Road Home from Everett, WA. The broadcast is available via streaming by going to http://www.kser.org/ and following the Listen Live links. #228 Summer Summer Solstice 1.59 Christine Swanberg Dog Days of Summer 1.30 Nancy Dahlberg Family […]
“Bird Song” first appeared in Jazz Cocktails and Soapbox Songs by Rayn Roberts
“ne moonless night a woman dressed in white: She was crowned with stars, had a serpent round her right arm Made a stripper roll with her hips, so I shouted, “Take it off!” She peeled off lay… Source: “The Search” in Oddball Magazine
Word Origin and History for Wisdom. Old English wisdom, from wise (see wise(adj.) + -dom.A common Germanic compound (cf. Old Saxon, Old Frisian wisdom, Old Norse visdomr, Old High German wistuom “wisdom,” German Weistum “judicial sentence serving as a precedent”). Greek used by Hippocrates: from sophron “prudent, self-controlled”) or when a person reaches adulthood. Word Origin and History for Courage c.1300, from Old French […]
You never know where a seed will land and grow so Never mind the life of time, blow Blow that dandelion!
Yes Yes Ok People say poets talk too much of death I will not, not at 7 am. I’m already feeling like going back to bed. I lead such a hard life; breakfast is going to kill me. Elegant things I put on eBay will be the end […]
Of red azaleas white and blue lilac in full force holding the world’s attention when one mosquito […]