EZ-PZ Writes – November 13, 2022

glimmers in the snow warmth of day emerging soon imagine winter American Sentence: Invented by Allen Ginsberg An American haiku variation. 17 syllables written in a sentence. Any topic – So, the qualities of such a sentence? Like most other good poetry it should be Imagistic, with that gap of meaning between the writer and the reader; ie: … Continue reading EZ-PZ Writes – November 13, 2022

The gray scarf

winter’s doldrums of mixed emotions stacking a plethora of mawkish notions stirring the pot for much-needed renewal condone charisma and accept the unusual overlook the clime and its unpredictability another face-off of nature’s tomfoolery it’s witless to wallow in a poor situation let’s accept acclaim for unique reflections the scribbles and scrawls perhaps a la … Continue reading The gray scarf