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NaPoWriMo 2019, Day 7: Getting Philosophical

Making Rope, N. Roth, 1911

For April 7th, a heteronym who mostly sits on the bench comes into the game. (Hey look, I did a sports metaphor! I bet I got it wrong!)

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NaPoWriMo 2019, Day 6: knowing myself


Another heteronym poem. I'd meant to write something in my own voice, but the usually mild-mannered mr hobson shoved his way in. knowing myself there i am in the night wind and in the smell of mud it brings, and again in the nacreous sky that curls over me, and look, look where i dash into shadows  […]

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NaPoWriMo 2019, Day 5: After All We're Family


A poem by the family dog about the family cat.

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NaPoWriMo 2019, Day 4: starting along the way


A heteronym poem.

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NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 3: How the Celestial City...


A poem by one of my heteronyms, addressed to another of my heteronyms as part of an ongoing philosophical debate.

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NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 2: Riddle-me-ree


I don't think this is a very good poem, but when you write a poem a day that happens. Riddle-me-ree A feral grape vine that grapples and years long crimps an arthritic chain link fence fencing a savage yard of thin rodents and mad thistles behind a decadent house denuded of paint, naked of curtains  […]

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NaPoWriMo 2019 Day 1: To M.


The poem for day 1 of NaPoWriMo 2019 is by one of my heteronyms. To M., on our Mutual Folly A poem for Whan That Aprille Oh Folly, how sweet to lick thy lips, far from worries of work-wracked mind, of crampt hand bound to daily task. Let be no more nor boss nor bills, but only this bed wide as the  […]

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NaPoWriMo 2019

Domesday Book

Gearing up for National Poetry Writing Month 2019 in April. I'm already writing a poem for every day in 2019 for a Facebook group, but during April I will posting a poem for every day on the blog. Some of these poems will be by heteronyms - a term coined (in this usage) by Portuguese poet Fernando  […]

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