Tagged: Poetry

A Perspicacious Passover / Happy Easter

This poem is the second part of a diptych. To read the first part, already posted, follow this link. A Passover/Easter Exhortation When winter, winter days, and dramatic rains, Arrange with memories in ink and fiction, Ascribing each benediction to the reigns Of blessed change and heavenly restriction,...

Merry Christmas!

A Christmas Prayer Decrying constancy's loss in change, When winter reigns, bestow a benediction. Each heavenly tear its mate in ink arrange And color the frigid winter with other diction, Denying even the season's wonted selection Of font and fiction. Palette in lip, hand, eye, Teach me to...

What's the Frequency, Flik?

The internet is pretty slick. Every attached computer has a unique address sort of like a phone number. (Sometimes, entire sub-networks lurk behind a single address through the miracles of IP and routing and such, just as entire switchboards of phones may lie behind the phone number of...

Pinter Explains It All

I think it is our duty as a blog to enrich your lives, especially on a Friday. With that in mind, I offer you a poem. Now, I thought long and hard about how best to bring erudition to the huddled masses. Perhaps a missive about Bagpipe rape?...