God I LOVE that poem. It rocks. woo-hooo!
Indeed! "Our parents were line dancing, were banktellers, were absent. We were a family that knew nothing about its members."I know about all of that...I need to write my own "Great Lash"
Thank you Jenni & Talia!
Congrats, Suzanne! Good stuff.
So delighted to find you there. I hope they leave you lots of clean towels.xor
Thank you, Nick!Thanks, Rebecca, yes plenty of clean towels & a great view-- xo
Congratulations.My question, having read one brilliant chapbook and handfulls of your poems, is when does the full-length mind-rewiring book emerge?I'm jonesing.
How am I ever going to get this smile off my face? Jake, your words could not have come at a better time for me -- you ask a very good question -- know that I am doing everything I can to remedy you a fix. Thanks for the words and for this smile.
i love these poems, suzanne. they make me want to read more and more and more. "and your childrenperennials of your own making; forthe rest of your lifethe view of their backsas they push away from you."this brings tears to my eyes it is so true and beautifully written (and i don't have kids).
Emmy, thank you so much for this gift, I really appreciate your response to the poem, looks like I might end up with a permanent smile --
You poems lull me into a state of calm relaxationand then sock me in the gutand I love it.
Wonderful work, Suzanne. Really enjoyed the read.
Thank you, Sam. I'm really happy to hear you enjoyed the poems.
GREAT LASH is great. It is so different than the other poems. I love it.d.
Muchas gracias hermana!
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