Complete in Itself

  Write between five and fourteen lines (one poem, or more than one), and let every line be complete in itself. That's not always a complete sentence. Though you want every line to be a worker and not just the child of a capitalist pig. Each line needs to carry something. This is subjective. If... Continue Reading →


Two Words

       "carry me"                      

Drink Me

So it's Friday again. Ordinarily, the Rabbit will tell you what you should do. That is, what the Rabbit thinks you should do. This may be rude. It is at the very least, presumptive. Therefore: She was close behind it when she turned the corner, but the Rabbit was no longer to be seen: she... Continue Reading →

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