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message 1: by Ruth (new)

Ruth | 15767 comments Mod
Years ago I wrote a surrealistic poem called Last of the Summer Wine that I was particularly fond of. I’m delighted to report that it’s finally found a home. (Note to self: don’t submit surrealistic poems to journals who don’t do that kind of stuff.)

It’s now the Sunday, Feb 21, 2016 poem on The Mind[less] Muse. Hooray. http://themindlessmuse.blogspot.com/


message 2: by Sharon (new)

Sharon (sharonstar) | 3345 comments What an evocative poem! Do you still paint?


message 3: by Ruth (new)

Ruth | 15767 comments Mod
Not much any more. Mostly I write.


message 4: by Gabi (new)

Gabi Fuller (CountryMouseMe) | 474 comments I love your words, They always have so much beauty. I kept looking for the rhyme because it did, somehow, even though it didn't. I think it was the rhythm. You do good rhythm, girl.

I had to look up the spelling of Rhythm - I can never remember it.

Were those your younger, wilder days, when nothing mattered but the song?


message 5: by Carol (new)

Carol | 10390 comments The words roll over you like the nocturnal tide of dance, drowning you in the moment. Very sensual Miss Ruth.


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I think I saw you dancing out of the corner of my eye.


message 7: by Ruth (new)

Ruth | 15767 comments Mod
Smart Gabi, it's the rhythm. Almost every line has 4 beats.

And I can't ever spell rhythm, either.

Thanks, carol. Surrealism is fun to write.

Jon, in truth I know when I'm drunk, cause that's when I dance.


message 8: by Gabi (new)

Gabi Fuller (CountryMouseMe) | 474 comments I go to sleep......oh well!


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