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Saturday, April 28, 2012

National Poetry Month: Gerry Boyd

There are a number of poetry bloggers I admire, but none more than Gerald Boyd. His works always inspire poetry envy in me, especially for the way they engage the senses, and the unique uses he puts color to. As a perfect example, check out the start of his recent poem Never sure if climb is the word (and then click the link below it to read the remainder, which is equally wonderful):
Your fear is justified at the top of the stairs
when you slowly open the weathered door
and find a yellow chick and purple boa froth
of frightened feathers that make no sense.
Read the rest of Gerry Boyd's Never sure if climb is the word
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