Death of Winter? April 7, 2008 / J. Thorp kamikaze flakes:with banzai cries they streak totheir deaths and splatter Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
8 thoughts on “Death of Winter?”
squish squish squish. looking forward to more spring poetry!
spring poetry? your comment
honors me — i was simply
typing silliness …
Aah, perhaps not meant as poetry. Clearly, though, you have been pelted with Michigan's unique huge spring snow splotches, a combo of slush and hail and whatever floats in the air above us…
depends on your definition of poetry — i have an entire book of haiku about spam (the canned luncheon meat) and used to write fedex haiku to ge people to read the new trademarking guidelines at my agency job …
“You say that my poems are
poetry. Well they are not, and
until you understand why they
are not, you won't see their poetry.” – Ryokan
again, just being silly. (or still, as the case may be.)
Silly can be good. 🙂
y'know, you're absolutely right, jb — silly can be good. sometimes, it's even *better* …
Methinks that J. Thorp
Is being a smidge modest
His poetry ROCKS
well thank you.
hm. perhaps my first book should be a collection of screwball haiku and odd poems.
other people publish goofy stuff like that …