Posts tagged with ‘metaphor’

  • Five Recent Haiku (by me)

    By on May 28, 2009

    The brilliant red rose against the white viburnum grabs the wandering eye. A cacophony of satisfying thunder it hasn’t...

    0
  • Polly Castor Photography: Rain on the Parking Lot

    Today’s Poem: Garbage Removal

    By on May 1, 2009

    Garbage Removal I’m up praying at four in the morning. Misty, moist, cool air refreshes, wafting in on tendrils...

    0
  • Why Socialism Doesn’t Work

    By on April 30, 2009

    I don’t often merely pass on email I get, but this came from my friend Linda and I found...

    0
  • Today’s Earth Day Poem By Me With Photos

    By on April 22, 2009

                     On Earth Day Often we think of earth’s jaggedly impassable, impressive...

    0
  • My New Poem: Tips of Spring (with Photos)

    By on March 31, 2009

    Tips of Spring The bare branches tacitly precise point gnarled fingers and wave lacy tendrils like brooms sweeping the...

    0
  • Centering

    By on March 25, 2009

    I have mostly been hand-building in pottery lately (see picture above of my pumpkin leaf), and it has been...

    0
  • Polly Castor photography

    A New Poem: This is Me

    By on March 15, 2009

    This is Me I’m a room’s golden glow paneled in luminous framed prints, refracting and shiny with a tossed,...

    0
  • Today’s Poem: Sheep-feeding

    By on March 5, 2009

    Sheep-feeding “Lovest thou me?”… then … “Feed my sheep.” He was emphatic about it — repeating it three times...

    0
  • Thoughts About Cross Pollination of Ideas and Butterfly Chasing

    By on March 2, 2009

    Alexander Graham Bell was attempting to invent a hearing aid.  Columbus was trying to get to India.  Post-its were...

    0
  • My New Poem: Nipping it in the Bud?

    By on March 1, 2009

    Nipping it in the Bud? love an opening bud tentative, unsure is it safe? trust experience: so disappointing, so...

    0