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    dots Submission Name: seven:thirty-sixdots
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    Author: isabella
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    dotsseven:thirty-sixdots
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    there is no longing here, just toes
    trying to find a cool spot.
    under mile high covers
    i tell them to wait.
    things will be poetic
    sooner or later.




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      I often wish instead of writing poems I could publish my diaries. Not that they're so interesting, but say if we lived in a world were the whimsical thought was valued as it should, like the writers themselves, well I would be jealous of your diary entries. Not that a poem you post isn't fully formed, just that there is truth in your words. Very little BS. Even procrastination seems a work of art and that is difficult to achieve. I often sit on buses and feel "man, this is so much better than any poem I would write", but all those poems seem to start with "here I am, sitting on a bus" and so on. Often I am poking holes in my own writing as I'm writing and it comes across as forced. But a writer should strive for what is natural, and what you write doesn't seem forced or contrived at all. That is a gift.
    | Posted on 2013-02-28 00:00:00 | by Wolfwatching | [ Reply to This ]
      the ruins of the written word
    are rarely granite, merely vapor trails
    we hope will spin into another bolt of gold
    rather than the dry husk of its shell
    | Posted on 2013-01-02 00:00:00 | by rws | [ Reply to This ]


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