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one more for 2019

This has been a good year for getting my found poems published and here’s one more for 2019, out today: Literary Orphans 39.

Each issue of LO honors a musician whose grit and energy is admired by the editors. This one salutes Kim Shattuck, and here’s Mike Joyce’s Letter from the Editor with more about Kim.

I’m grateful to Mike and the Literary Orphans team for including three of my found poems in this issue. And I’m grateful to you for following my posts and offering your Likes and Comments.

I hope 2020 brings the clear vision the number suggests. Happy New Year!

found poem: vocabulary

found poem: what is different?

found poem: urgency

found poem: poet

found poem: come the reindeer

found poem: smoothened

found poem: cedar-clad

found poem: if we are

found poem: Dawn

found poem: when you knock

found poem: the oligarch

found poem: the roof

found poem: The sky

Empty Mirror, again!


Back in December 2017, when my found-poem count was only 1500+, the online journal Empty Mirror graciously published six of them. Two years later, with the count steadily (crazily, obsessively) mounting, Empty Mirror has published eight more. I am so grateful.

MORE LIGHT

found poem: the anatomy

found poem: in Emily’s garden

Thirty West

found poem: I kept quiet

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