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For serious words are death to married joy

My eye has fallen on your funny face
You look so dear I cannot shift my gaze
Both love and humour cherish and embrace
Your skin and smile and on them gladly graze. 82 more words

Love

Day One, NaPoWriMo, April 1, 2015

“Shakespeare’s Theater”

Age ten, I’m living in Daytona Beach.
There’s family next door whom I adore.
We have a leader. I will ably teach
each actor as he takes my garage floor. 139 more words

Poetry

day 1: polaris

well here it is, april — national poetry writing month — i’ve never been good at keeping up with these types of challenges. nanowrimo? hell no…wrimo.  322 more words

Napowrimo

Enough Already! (Sonnet)

I’m sick of sitting in this warm, bright house
And writing of a Spring that’s yet to be–
Of terpsichorean tendrils underground
And earthworms dug deep down where I can’t see! 82 more words

A Poem, Candles, and No Pranks

April Fools. This holiday has always been…interesting to me. I’ve never been good at practical jokes, and I’d rather not be pranked too bad. At the same time, this is my favorite holiday. 176 more words

Andrew Martin

Aubade Acrostic

Day One of the 2015 A to Z Challenge

An pair of sonnets, in Alfred Dorn & Arabic form:

morning —

Every time that light climbs up, to lie, 159 more words

Poetry

L'apôtre voit un inframonde

Composition de Cochonfucius

Bon prêcheur, tu nous dis que ce monde est misère ;
Tu le crois inférieur, et tu le trouves bas.
Tu crois que ceux du ciel échappent au trépas, 103 more words

Sonnet