A Poet's Swiss Army Knife, by Andrew Rymill Subscribe to rss feed for Andrew Rymill
Posted: 2018-11-26 21:03:19 UTC

A poet will always have a swiss army knife in their pocket. Such a useful tool will always help
In Carving a well shaped concrete poem. A proper poet”s pocket knife will contain:

*Spoon-aphore
*Fork-aphore
*Knife-aphore

*Saw-aphore
*Scissor-aphore
*Screwdriver-aphore
*File-aphore

A poet could survive a long time in the wilderness. Carving compact tight poems that would help in surviving the great expanses of whitespace and the unfriendly attention of punc·tu·a·tion that will stalk and prowl around at night.Such are the dangers of commas & periods that stay at the very periphery of the campfires starring with hungry eyes. Oh how the symbols crackle and rusting similes flicker with flames.


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