Sunday, January 12, 2014

The Six-cornered Snowflake by John Frederick Nims

From It's Okay to be Smart.

3 comments:

julianza said...

Goodness - near end of Tupelo 3030, Yvette did a poem in star shape. I like visual poetry if it means something to have it visual - eg here, shaped. I think format is important, in general. Enjambment, etc. Everything. Hiraeth (sp) - I know that press. It published Leo's book - my friend in Napa.

julianza said...

I dohn't understand blogging. Sometimes you have to prove you're not a robot by typing numbers. Here I do not. Which is great. I've no proof anyway, just a counter-proof.

Iulia Flame said...

Hello, Julianza, thanks for stopping by. Hiraeth is a Welsh word.

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