The Blender of Love Digest has been around for an entire
year! It's been a blast, and hopefully will
be for many year to come.
It gets a little bit quieter around here during the
summer, but the "Heart on Sleeve Corner" section is
as good as ever, and that's reflected in my
"New Works" selections.
This month features a review of "There's Something
About Mary" and a ramble that features the
Head to Head Battle of the Clichés--
hope you enjoy and keep the Blender in your regular
- you said it
- Odd Nelsoson [email@example.com]
A disjoint prose piece about the "cinder block on your chest" of love.
- Rainy morning at a Starbucks with you
- Chen Zhao [Silentgrin@hotmail.com]
Poetic slice of life-- excellent final stanza.
- Marla McGinley [Marla_McGinley@compuserve.com]
Written for her husband on the day after they first met,
a distinctive retelling of love at first sight.
- By j
Watching someone as they sleep is a classic scene, nicely
- Frequently Asked Questions
- By kate
Not a typical FAQ.
- I NEED YOU
- By Rennie Lorca
Another of Lorca's quick twist of words.
- Donovan [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Again, a piece that is strongest in its final
- The Pit
- Shadygirl [email@example.com]
An interesting experimental metaphor in
prose-- a little long for what it says,
but worth the read.
- Love Quote
- By Edward Thomas, submitted y John
A moment's beautiful thought.
- By l. leslie shields, submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org
Love as the storm, and the calm after.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.