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    Mask Halloween, freaky, fractured pumpkin shell painted on her fair face. Grease paint fantasy a gruesome graft, ghastly guise. ~~Judi Van Gorder Seox
  2. Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Invented Forms Pathways for the Poet by Viola Berg (1977) appears to be a book for educators. Classic poetic forms as well as many invented forms that can be used as teaching tools or exercises for use in workshops or classrooms are included. Some of these invented forms I have found in use in internet poetry communities, a testament to their staying power. On this page I include the syllabic invented forms found therein which appear to be exclusive to the community of educators from whom Ms. Berg drew her support. I have yet to find these in any other
  3. Yes, Tony, I am fully aware of the title of this collection of Cantos. (For everyone else, pihtima is Estonian for confession.) This poem is a memory of the time I performed an evening prayer service with no one else in attendance. Canto the fifth In this space I'm not so sure that you would enter, except to throw everyone out of, I'm alone and I seek you. In this garb that you never wore, cassock, surplice, and stole, I feel compelled to wear them, and despite this, I seek you. In these words from a century that you had no chance of seeing, since you were born of
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