Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Some Originals

by TY

“An original idea. That can't be too hard. The library must be full of them.”
~ Stephen Fry

Most of the time, I share other people's poems for Poetry Friday, but sometimes I share my own. I thought I'd gather a bunch of them together:

A Beanstalk for Eva
A Miracle of Ink
A Quiet Walk
A Rainy Evening with Turn Signal, by Windshield Wiper
A Star Among Stars
A Tableau
Advice from a Mature Nail Polish
After the Feats of Wonder
Atlantis, a modified tritina
At the Division of Poetic Licensing
At Your Command
Billy's Birthday
Branch Line
Dog Walking
Every One Has a Story
Exhortation to a bee
Fibonacci poems
Hunger Incantation
In the Great Book of Winter
Imaginary Billy and I Discuss the Founding Documents
Mozart Sends Concertos to the Horn Player Joseph Leutgeb
No Time for Poetry
On the Island of the Fay
Pets in the Kitchen haiku series
Poems with Obsolete Words
Poetry City
Ten Things Found in a Mermaid's Pocket
The chill says "morning" (a tanka)
The Fortitude of Eyelashes
The Frog Prince Tries to Catch Her Eye
The Mirror Maker
The Old Ship
The Sea of Frozen Words
The Slobbering Eek Meets the Globbering Zeek
Things To Do If You're a Violet
Thirteen Ways of Looking at Emma
To Flute From Violin
What Do Icicles Know?
Writing Through Winter


Linda at teacherdance said...

Tabatha, I don't have time this am to read more, but I loved Poetry City. Since I haven't known you long enough to have seen that poem, it was a wonderful surprise this morning. Delightful the way you included all the main characters! I'll return tonight!

Linda at teacherdance said...

I didn't make it last night-so much going on, but wanted to say how much I also like Eyesight. My granddaughter and I look for faces & at three, she is beginning to 'get it'. Thanks, Tabatha.

Tabatha said...

Thank you, Linda :-) Sounds like your granddaughter is a fun person to imagine with.

Pop said...

Wonderful selection of poetry, Tab.

There were excellent poems there for everyone in a wide variety of styles.

I can tell you took "Poetry City" to heart. :-)

M Pax said...

It was nice to read some of your poetry. Beautiful words and feelings.