A surreal poem in a minor key, falling out of the world and into the arms of one who lives in dreams.
I wrote the first draft of this poem twenty years ago, give or take a few months. Although I have sent it out many times, it never seems to have caught an editor’s attention. So, time to let it fly on its own here. Perhaps you will see […]
The last post featured the Washington Avenue Bridge connecting the East and West Bank Campuses of the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities across the Mississippi River, which makes an unrelated appearance here. Well, mostly unrelated. Flash Fiction Month continues, hot July experimental flash awaits your reading pleasure here. I’d […]
The number of prompt-words embedded here takes this next piece off into realms of experimental writing, inflected with mysticism, perhaps because tonight I’m writing in Tzfat (Safed and many other spellings), the mystical city in the Galilee strongly associated with Kabbalah. Or perhaps it was just time to […]
This is the third in my current series of experimental writing. Loosely based on Dada and Surrealistic automatic writing, I have collected a list of five words each from ten different folk who either left comments on the blog (leave your five words here, if you wish to […]