Boardwalk


Night strewn with pebbles,
and the slow, unhurried weight
of the moon's grey tortoise shell
across the shore.
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4 comments:

  1. Have you thought of checking out onesingleimpression.blogspot.com?

    I don't know how you'd do w/ "prompt" writing, but I think you might like it.

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  2. Thanks for the link, I'll check it out!

    "Prompts" work well to spark a fuse. Check out "Twelve Stones on a Necklace" for an example of poems written around gemstones suggested to me by readers and friends.

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  3. Love the poem. I can see exactly what you're seeing. "the moon's grey tortoise shell" really works for me! Did you want the repetition of slow and unhurried?

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  4. Thanks! And yes, the two words work together in defining the pacing.

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