The Fall of Man
...and the fall of woman, and pretty much everyone
in the Northern Hemisphere.
Some really good works this month, and a so-so review
of a very good movie.
Hope we can help you find what you're looking for...
Front Page Picks
By Joćo Santos.
Strange little piece with a mysterious appeal.
- deep thought
By Kirk, blender-keeper.
A slighty raunchy bon mot, an attempt at a woman's POV.
- reading the face
A nice blend of image and words, a nice sidetrip from
her usual composition.
- Silly Science of Love
By Chris W. at Perby1@aol.com.
A touch of geek humor.
- Japhne Wonders What It's Like
By Misti Velvet Rainwater.
This is one of the reasons I'm trying to encourage prose on the 'Blender.
- Lip Gloss
By Jenna Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- I keep Dreaming you dead
- Adam's Rib
- Two by ZoE. She added the disclaimer that the
first was written when she was 16, but I think
they're both rich with detail.
- Simple Moments
Another prose piece, beautifully gentle.
- Too Late
By Crystal email@example.com.
A manic energy.
- Tummy Trust
By laurel ahlfeld firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Jessie - Golden01@star.net.
This poem is all angled to its terrific closing line.
Another poem that ends on such a graceful note...
- zen and the art of panic attacks
By the guppy.
Rambling little prose work.
By HBO's Sex in the City.
Submitted by Kirk, Blender-Keeper.
Snippet of dialog... I hope it still works without the original delivery.
- Fountain of Youth
By Paul B.
At 26, I think I'm more acutely
aware of mortality
than I should be. This work really spoke to me.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- 511 heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.