Tag Archives: American sentence poems

last sip of tangerine bliss

  :: the sun slips low past ocean tongue, and the crimson-stung sea swallows deep. :: .. PAD, day 23. 

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Somewhere in the City

{An American sentence}    Streetlamp solely sees them: lovers enfold, only raindrops between them.     .. Prompted by toads. 

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Indigo Sonata

(an American sentence)   .. She breathes in shades of blue, believes, leaves the sonnet writing to the breeze.   .. Prompted by PAD, day 11.   

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Keep This Under Your Skin

(As Deep As That Dark Blue Sea) ………….(An American Sentence)   .. ::…..We’re sharing salt again, waiting for the sky to solve these too small dreams.…..::

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Duncan Imperial Dawn

.. here’s the thing: time’s nothing but a spinning kite-top blur, with (out) a string.     .. prompted by twiglets number 11. come play! 

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Volley

Golly, but the world’s got a way of arguing itself crazy, yes? .. An American sentence poem for Twiglets number 9.       

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17 American Sentences (that may or may not make sense)

.. When it comes to grocery shopping, I’m a bona fied full-cart girl. Poetically, not so much: give me 12 items or less, some space, please. Wordy drawn-out sentences present me in southern drawl, chaos crawl. Whitman had his leaves, … Continue reading

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