Digital Poets and Nature

Meryl Natchez: Poem

May 13, 2015

TW Poetry Spotlight

Car door handles don't appear very often in poems, or door knobs in general.

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Yvonne M. Estrada: Two Poems

May 06, 2015

TW Poetry Spotlight

Because Mother Nature wasn't clever enough

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Mary Cresswell: Three Ghazals

Apr 29, 2015

TW Poetry Spotlight

No seagulls are liars.

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Nicole Callihan: Prose Poem

Apr 15, 2015

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This is not a story in your mind. You were really that girl. She was already you.

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Virtual Nature: The Patterns in Us All

Apr 03, 2015

Poetry Spotlight Essay by Carol Dorf and Martha Nichols

Be it smokestacks or genetically modified corn, technology rarely comes off smelling like a daffodil.

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JP Howard: Two Poems

Apr 03, 2015

TW Poetry Spotlight

Those gulls flying overhead know our boardwalk tastes like cotton candy.

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Carol Dorf: Two Poems

Apr 01, 2015

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not all sounds are scarce around here: sirens, trains, people talking

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Randall Horton: Poem

Apr 01, 2015

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generations build god alphabetically

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Athena Kildegaard: Three “Still Life” Poems

Mar 30, 2015

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From a distance it could be a landscape, the vanishing point beyond the table's far edge.

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Ellen McGrath Smith: Two Poems

Mar 25, 2015

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I'm a dot connected to dots across the earth. Technology can trace the lines we used to just imagine.

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