Friday, September 3, 2010

Invisible Sonnet

Among the highlights:

The reading: "This is how you might resume where you left off."

The art opening: Herd Study (cows reminiscent of an outdoor cafe) and Work Crew (oh, the scribble)

The former neighbor/blogger pioneer at Avalon: Blog talk, tequila and writing, the kind I do so well.

Music: "It's the polyester. My guitar is slipping and sliding. I practiced in cotton and it was fine."

Why bother you with the details?


  1. Invisible?

    As a sonnet spoken briefed with a faint waft of life's perfume, nothing need be added.

    Polyester and sweat meet, never meld.

    Might resume? Where you left off?

    You shall.

    Scribble fast, rest slowly.

    It's a long road.

    Enjoy your holiday.

  2. As much as I enjoyed that?

    Not likely.

  3. What he said, but doubled. Whether you write in depth or in brief, I always look forward to your words.

    It would be a gift to hear them spoken rather than written.

  4. visible haiku

    prose. poem. long and short,
    on and on rambles regale,
    echo life well lived.

  5. Fan: More than one close friend has said that when they read my blog, they hear my voice. So, I sound an awful lot like I write, for what that's worth.

    Publius: You flatter me. Again. Please don't stop.