The effect of the layout is strange. I have to remind myself that I'm reading backwards, scrolling down to read up, and the poem is itself circular, so I find myself thinking: haven't I been here before? But yeah, the ride is well worth it.
I wonder if they'll archive it from beginning to end? I love the way the poem circles itself--it reminds of a garland of sonnets kwim?--I really look forward to each installment.
I just love that poem. Thanks for the link! -Ryan
Thanks Suzanne :)
Ryan! You're back. :-)De nada, Jeannine. I'm thrilled for you. xo
Hi Suzanne-- I didn't want to stop writing it either. But I felt like I used up everything I had.Tell me what is left out and I'll have another go. That would be great fun...
Hmmm, if you left anything out Cynthia, I haven't experienced it yet--it's a very powerful poem and I agree with Lorna, it's an important poem. I thank you for it--xxoo--and hey, how's the packing going? How are you?
Hi Suzanne--I'm sitting in the kitchen of my new house, among boxes and great disarray. It's raining on the meadow and the trees, and the goldfinches and chickadees are crowding the feeder where I put out seed this morning. I'm exhausted, disorganized, blissfully happy.How are YOU and the wee girl--is she holding out or trying to come early? Love
Yes! You made it. I'm so happy for you. I can not wait to see pictures. The wee one is staying put for at least 10 more days--there's way too much left to do--and I like her right were she is: warm, safe, fed. :-)
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