Magnetic Poetry Weather Theme

Posted by Katie L. Carroll on December 2, 2013 in Guest, Magnetic Poetry, Poetry, Writing |

You many not know this because I haven’t featured guest poetry in awhile, but I have a pretty expansive magnetic poetry set on my refrigerator and I like to show off on the blog what people have been creating. These snippets of poetry have accumulated on my fridge over the last couple of months (spaces have been preserved to show the use of different tiles).

  • winter woman desire s the ghosts s of too little heart
  • hard night easy party
  • cold gray man taste little snow spark s
  • love rain
  • ask her not to wet y our past
  • blue light make s the garden speak in sweet whisper s
  • play every day

There seemed a weather theme going on with “winter”, “cold”, “rain”, “wet”, and “snow” all being used. I was quite pleased to see that the ever overused “prostitute”, “monkey”, and “manacle” were left in the unused pile this time around.

Here are some more poetic creations from the past: July 2012, February 2012, July 2011, and May 2011. Enjoy! And feel free to share any of your poems in the comments. 🙂

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