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lilliput review # 171

Four from

Lilliput Review

#171:
Charlie Mehrhoff, C.L. O’Dell, Lauramarie Taylor, Grant Hackett

Between:
I remain in this body
and wait
for the poet to return.

Charlie Mehrhoff

Thought
is the way wind
moves paper.

C.L. O’Dell

roadside
little girl walking backwards

-Lauramarie Taylor

Dear Soul : : How can I tolerate your tracks in the snow

-Grant Hackett

8 Comments

  1. tracing my boot tracks
    up hill, down hill, in the snow
    Look! I meet myself.

  2. OK
    so this can be a platform for our own lyrics?

    UNTITLED, THEY ARE
    DEALING POEMS
    ACROSS SMOOTH TABLE TOPS
    OLD POETS PLAYING FOR FUN

  3. Some great stuff here lately, Norb. Keep on.

  4. Brevity is not always the soul of wit, snow or no snow…

  5. # 1 poem

    wait. and the poem always comes.

    s

  6. Thanks for spreading the word(s), Norb.

    Don @ Lilliput

  7. A place to send our “caught moments”?
    Does Don welcome submissions?

  8. My friends, this is the poets task,
    his/her dreams to mark, their sense to ask.
    Man’s truest rapture, so I teach,
    In dreams open to my speech.
    All poetic inspiration;
    Is but dream interpetation.
    – Hans Sachs

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