On For March
What a start for a month-- not only am I trying to
deal with February not having enough days, but then
I end up helping my cousins to move, and get to
catch a sofa lowered from a 2nd floor porch. With
my head. (No harm done, but I had a backache the
But I have survived, and the Blender Digest
has survived along with me. We're clawing our
way back to spring with Love Poems to help
us get through the rest of the winter months. (With
the exception of our guests from that other hemisphere,
Read, Love, Enjoy.
- fourteen By d.
I like the simple structure of this piece, and the
memories of my own that it invokes.
Last By Erica [LadyFebruary@yahoo.com].
A prose poem that manages to create its own little universe.
Atlas By kate.
Another simple, elegant work.
Naked By Jill (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A longer piece, a startlingly good use of form.
Perfectly Imperfect By Angel. (email@example.com.)
The poem with two left shoes.
Awakening By Red, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The other side of that fire.
Yes By Misti Velvet Rainwater.
MVR has been one of the Blender's most consistently good contributors, this poem helps to show why.
I Want To By Tyler. [email@example.com]
A list-poem, but with a twist on the edges.
I Can't Love You Back By Mark U.
- A song on the screen.
kindred soul By jenn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Simple question with complex implications.
Goodnight By Maria.
"Unsaid feelings surfaces in a late-night message to a lover".
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.