WRITE POEMS

WRITE POEMS

A Story by T. F. Rice

 

WRITE POEMS ON EVERY-THING AND EVERYWHERE ON OLD FRIDGE MAGNETS STEAMY CAR WINDOWS—ON TONGUE DEPRESSORS IN EMAILS—ON THE SOLES OF YOUR SHOES—ON A FRIEND’S FOREHEAD AS HE SLEEPS—IN THE MARGINS OF OTHER POEMS/ STORIES ON THE CRACKED BATH-ROOM MIRROR—WITH THE TINY LETTERS OF ABC SOUP—WHILE LISTENING TO MUSIC—ON ROCKS AND FROM SIDEWALK CHALK—WITH A FINGER ON THE BABY’S TUMMY—IN THE SAND WITH YOUR TOES—OUT OF SPILLED MILK OR WITH A GARDEN HOSE—ON STICKY NOTES HUNG ALL OVER HOUSE—ON BOOKMARKS, CARDS, LEFTON TIP TRAYS—ON JEWELRY—IN AIR—IN THE PALM OF AN OPEN HAND

 

 

 

 

By T. F. Rice, As Originally published in April 2007 issue of The Other Herald.

Note: April is NATIONAL POETRY MONTH!

© 2008 T. F. Rice


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But, but we are word processing addicts. This story is like April itself with poetry in full bloom.

Posted 9 Years Ago


poems, poems everywhere . . .

I like this!

Posted 10 Years Ago



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T. F. Rice
T. F. Rice

Wyoming County, NY



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T. F. Rice lives with her husband and their teenage son in a small town in New York state in the U.S. She also lives with her creative clutter -- she presses flowers for making candles and cards, recy.. more..

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