The Months Grow Cold...
...but the Blender's still hot. The number of front page hits has
definately been on an upward swing.
The Blender Board is becoming a meeting place for a group of regulars.
I'm already looking into some real-time-chat possibilites-- stay tuned!
Some great poems this month (including one charmer by a six-year-old),
a ramble on saying those three
most dangerous words, a review of a wonderful Paul Simon song,
some interesting paintings (in Heart on Sleeve Corner) -- in short,
everything the Blender Audience has grown to love, and then some.
- By Brandi.
Submitted by Angel McNease.
"A six year-olds first crush" -- I wish every poem could have this much grace.
- bright invite
- By Misti Velvet Rainwater MR50926@swt.edu.
An uncharacteristically sweet piece by MVR.
- And your day
- By Marla McGinley - Taking_Leave@yahoo.com.
This piece hits home with its final line.
- Mississippi Here I Come
- By Marla McGinley.
A prose poem.
- Static Cling
- By Romeo.
- By Alicia Partnoy.
Submitted by Romeo.
Man does not live on love poetry alone.
- You Are (2)
- By heart Song.
Brief piece from a "work in progress".
- *SwEeT 16*
- By ZoE.
There's an edge to this that you might miss on first reading.
- Cut the fašade.
- By SJ.
A slice of life. Feels a little overwrought, still good.
- Never in fashion
- By kevin urenda, email@example.com.
A truism about people who are head-over-heels.
- The Dance
- By Shadygirl firstname.lastname@example.org.
In general I'm not crazy about "Virtual Fridge" poetry,
it's usually a bit clipped. But this one works.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.