Posts Tagged imagism

The Sun on My Face

A beautiful day in east central Texas today, and some of what you’re about to read actually happened on my morning walk. In my mind it’s all true, and it’s definitely all good! I’ll let you decide what’s real and what’s not. Read the rest of this entry »

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Night Rules

I wrote a poem a few days ago in a style that was new to me called imagism, and it was well received by many of my fellow poets. That poem, Black Words, was dark, and for whatever reason this one is also, which is not the norm for me. I don’t know if it qualifies as imagism, but I call this one, Night Rules. Feel free to comment and/or critique. Read the rest of this entry »

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Black Words

This is something brand new for me; it’s called imagism. I usually don’t enter into these things I know nothing about, but… I really know nothing about poetry, yet I do it—I think. Posting this to dVerse, and wondering what will become of it. We shall see! Read the rest of this entry »

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