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Where is Then that Other Language where I Want to Drink?
June 04, 2011 10:52 AM PDT
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Where is then
that other language
Inside the flowers’ center
Or the sea’s range of crests
That sound can ride
In and out of playing
Til the meaning pounces
And you never see what hits you,
Scratches, pulls, and looks
Into your eyes with colors
Fully there and fully here
Inside you. Where. . . .

published in Lit Chaos 2006

Yogini
Explicit
June 04, 2011 09:35 AM PDT
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My nakedness, my ashes, my breath--
I am rolling backwards
Down a hill, laughing.

Alligator
June 03, 2011 06:21 PM PDT
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Black silt slides
Over the skin of the alligator
Filled from moonlight’s belly.
The alligator rises on the angles
Of his legs called by the moon
Beneath the sheaves
Of itself and its reflection in the pond.
Leaves flatten to each others’ backs.

At the Zoo
Clean
June 03, 2011 04:39 PM PDT
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poem published in 1987 in Chattahoochie Review---with a special story about it....

Tantra, in the Springtime
May 30, 2011 10:50 PM PDT
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Absurd micro-fiction.

I'm a Body, Said my Face
May 30, 2011 10:30 PM PDT
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Micro-fiction posted in The New Absurdist, and published by Calliope Nerve.

Machine Gun Kelley
May 30, 2011 10:13 PM PDT
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Micro-fiction inspired by my father not long before he died.

Vocal Exercise 3--Expressing
May 27, 2011 03:47 PM PDT
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Do we only express soft and gentle sounds, gruff, distant sounds, mental, controlled sounds....what if we experiment with other kinds?

Vocal Exercise 2--New World
May 27, 2011 03:11 PM PDT
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We can create a new world with sounds we make for awhile. They determine the feeling tone we are immersed in, the force field of a story we write, the parts of our psyche we get in touch with, how much fun we can have playing.

Paying attention to acoustics is rewarding for writers, and for those opening up to more expressiveness in any kind of performance including being alive, and for people who notice their voice makes a difference in relationships.

A good exercise before writing.

Vocal Exercise 1--Escape
Clean
May 27, 2011 02:18 PM PDT
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These exercises are for writers and anyone else who communicates. They're fun. This one just takes you a little way in, just a little. It's especially OK if no one is around this time. Because you play with your voice.

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