Fragment of a Tale

looking down
i ask of the twig
how far have
you fallen
for there are many branches
that reach for the sky

Shadorma November: 19 of 30

Note: This Shadorma came from an unrelated exercise in a poetry writing workshop that i attended yesterday.

Check out the awesome folks below who are participating in ShaNov:

A Prayer Like Gravity

Gramma Krackers

Lauren Scott

Kat Mortensen

Seasonings

Ben Naga

Jane Dougherty

Merril Smith

Ken G.

Kerfe and Nina

corvus brachyrhnchos

Ladyleemanila

Linda Lee Lyberg

Janice

Kelly Lewis

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Fragment of a Tale

20 thoughts on “Fragment of a Tale

    1. Yeah the two sessions approached form (and thus function) in intriguing ways. Plus, I am beginning to know the other poets in town, which is new for me, so I know a number of people at the workshop. It’s a small community as one might imagine a poetry community to be.

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