Romance in the Snow
St. Valentine's Day is nearly upon us.
Big things are afoot.
Romance can be signified by giant red heart-shaped boxes of chocolates.
The Ex-Files is a good read.
Be my Valentine?
Front Page Picks
- She Walks In Beauty
By Lord Byron.
Submitted by Mary Beth Priest.
In the short story j.b. and me by David Seeley, the mentor instructs
his protégé to whisper the first stanza of this poem in the ear
of the woman he would woo as they were pressed together. I've never tried it
but I think the mentor might be on to something.
By Becky (email@example.com).
- Imaginary Heights
By Jen Meyers firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Party
- Evergreen Magnets
By Calypso email@example.com.
These four works are all here because of something that caught me in the
last line or two...
- untitled 1
By kevin urenda.
Rescued from a Post-It Note.
- Sonnet for Christine
By Graham Storrs [website].
Written for his wife "who tends to get hung up on mortality"--
I understand the feeling completely.
- To Darin
By Angela Worrell Larson firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The day you were born the sky lit fire
By Eric Michael email@example.com.
- SCENE 15
By Misti Velvet Rainwater.
- wish i may
- These four works all deal with the stars and romance.
- guess who
- Few poems have this much with meter.
- Anatomy of a Crush - Part 2
By Tanqueray Cowboy.
What seems to be an e-mail excerpt, it seemed hauntingly familiar.
- Tribute to a Fisherman
A wonderful piece to end this section with... Toklas brings the same magic to a longer piece that has mostly only been found in shorter works.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.