Time To Party Like It's...
ermm, never mind
A new year is upon us, and with it comes a new Blender Digest.
The experimenting with the haiku form and exploration of sensual
content that was started over the last few Digest or so continues,
often with great results, as seen on both this month's front page
selections and on the Heart-on-Sleeve corner.
As an added bonus, this month's Artist Review is a double feature, two films for the
price of one!
Have a great new year, and I hope you're staying warmer than I am at the moment!
- the loss of loss
- By Kirk, Blender-Keeper.
Some lines about dealing with partially requited feelings of the past
- Should I Stay Or Should I Go
- Two by Misti Velvet Rainwater.
Including a striking
- Who is he?
- do you like?
- Two questions by jovita [firstname.lastname@example.org]
"Who is he?" has a
lot to say about the hidden factor passion can reveal,
while "do you like?" just carries a great rhythm.
- By MeLoDy.
This piece carries an unsually mystic character.
- By Ria.
A small and sensual seven lines.
- sunshine for breakfast
- By ra <email@example.com>.
Morning Glory Muffins.
- A moment too late
- By carmen.
A strong image in strick haiku form.
- By Isolde.
Another strict haiku (if you pronounce desire as if you're from Texas ;-)
from the one who brought the form to the Blender.
- A Case of You
- By Joni Mitchell,
Submitted by Isolde.
A New Year's Dedication to Tristan from Isolde, I like this one very much.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.