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Friday, February 18, 2011

Titled for Big Tent Poetry

Big Tent Poetry prompts: (my interpretation) What's in a title and where could it be hiding?


Muse on the Loose

times fall out of favor
ennui springs forward
daily rhythm shifts
in hums of glut or gloom

the north of summer warm
cuddles south of winter
greening west of spring
dries the east of autumn

varietal ink lines
those quartered titles
some are bound by printer
others doze in ponders

running with scissors
scratches byte after byte
the novels' greedy quill
belies a lack of substance


 
 


Titles in italics are in print.
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10 comments:

Naquillity said...

excellent use of the prompt and a clever way to advertise your book. have a great weekend.

flaubert said...

Susan, a lovely journey through the
seasons. Using your titles was
very clever. Good luck with your
books.

Pamela

LKHarris-Kolp said...

I agree! Clever and unique take on the prompt.

Joseph Harker said...

All of those direction/season pairings give a sense of disjunction and change that the poem reflects well... cleverly done. :)

Mad Kane said...

Very clever, indeed!

Sheer Madness: My Non-Existent Book

irene said...

Your titles are so lyrical. You have so many titles! Wow.

Nancy said...

Like the beat of this poem...and the primal use of the seasons.

twitches said...

some are bound by printer
others doze in ponders

I love that part! Nicely done overall :)

lightverse said...

What a marvelous use of the prompt! I loved the line, "...varietal ink lines..."

Clever and well-thought out!

Rethabile said...

That mustn't have been an esy one to pull of. I hadn't realised you had several titles behind you.

Thanks.