|Marilyn m. reads ee.
on a page;
on a poem
in a bookstore;
"for it's spring,"
curving in "puddle
and jump rope"
and may flower,
we are born again.
caressed the spring air.
She was blown
to a place
"whistled far and wee,'
far and wee."
An homage to ee cummings and marilyn monroe.
27 Apr 05
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i reread this a few times to try and find something i personally feel needs improvement so i could write something other than "aaaa this is awesome".
the only thing i could come up with is L23 & 28. the repeat draws away from the ending, which is what really made me gleeful.
glee glee glee
i like your poem a lot but i don't like your chosen layout at all perhaps it should be shorter in length and wider in width
not so sure about lips caressing spring air
but the rest is a dance both far and weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!
sorry, got caught up in the moment. ....
i like the layout, and am not the least disappointed that it was monroe and not manson
'scuse me while i dance again
Try a Tango. Glad you like it.
Larry dark heart Lark
hardly a dark heart
i know a shining lark
when i dance with one.
Thanks for the constructive crit.i will consider your suggestion very carefully.
Larry high wide and handsome Lark
I'm sure ee and marilyn are smiling wherever they are now.
I sure hope so, thanks for taking the trouble to read.
Larry far and wee Lark