Poetry (snap): 1

“At the edge of the earth everything

else just seems irrelevant. Falling off

isn’t so bad when it puts all into

perspective. Peripherals are non-existent

and sight expands a total of 500 degrees.

Three sixty in the physical and one

twenty of intuition. It is the

unexpected expectation.”

 

— happy Mess (transcribed by Sangretti)

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3 responses to “Poetry (snap): 1

  1. What I love about this poem is the navigation –when I follow it, releasing any direction of my own, I find myself anew!

    Thanks so much for following my blog. I look forward to reading more of yours.

    I’m curious about the spoken word form of your poetry. Can you suggest another post of yours that says more about that? I did read Poetry (snap): 2, which is what tipped me off to ‘spoken word’ as a specific form you use. It seems you speak your poetry and then it is transcribed (by Sangretti?) Or am I just reading way too much into this? lol

  2. emma1951.wordpress.com

    Do you mean you know the words will come?

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