Monthly Archives: March 2016

Written By Arial Calibri

Fonts are a form of Haiku. Bold, Italics, underline Are metaphors for emphasis. Saving, printing are symbolists An accidental delete can anger me…I Can be caught digging in the trash For a bottle deposit kind-of-file That inspires the next Ghazal … Continue reading

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Meeting The Family

I meet your family. The toothless, the fairy The hobbit, and the biker. And I don’t know why I feel at home While needing to escape To the library   You meet my family. The munchkin, the brain The witch, and … Continue reading

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Immortal Bricks

Underneath the bridge Old bricks still hold the street Together, as they did Inside a younger city. They’re unaffected by wind Weather fronts, the rolling Of heavy tires, the burn Of the city’s pangs We had walked On them as … Continue reading

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The New App

Would you look where you’re going? Dig that head out of your device. Take a sure step ahead Or a car will end your streak Of cute emojis   Just wait a minute Put the Me Phone in your pocket … Continue reading

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Ask Me by William Stafford

Some time when the river is ice ask me mistakes I have made.  Ask me whether what I have done is my life.  Others have come in their slow way into my thought, and some have tried to help or … Continue reading

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Crumby

I once brought a crumb to work with me. It was accident…. A bit of breakfast cereal, Oatmeal I think it was Stuck onto my shirt and dried. Nobody was offended and the crumb Was perfectly fine with everything

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