Anselm’s Island

January 4, 2012

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3 Responses to “Anselm’s Island”

  1. Thomas Davis Says:

    Your art is understated and thus beautiful.
    Your poetry is so filled with richness it almost overwhelms who you are.
    Talent spills out of you
    as if the world is the tome of having read everything
    and thought about everything
    and the only thing left
    is the tracing of colors and shapes on paper.

  2. Thomas Davis Says:

    Darned, Jim,
    I meant: Your poetry is so filled with richness it almost overwhelms who I am.
    Not what it says. I can neither think nor write tonight.

  3. extrasimile Says:

    …as if the world is the tome of having read everything
    and thought about everything
    and the only thing left
    is the tracing of colors and shapes on paper.

    Thomas–poetry spills out of me! In fact,change the the first two lines to read ‘All art is understated and thus beautiful.’ and ‘All poetry is so filled with richness it almost overwhelms who you are.’ and you’ve got yourself quite a poem. Don’t you think?


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