So National Poetry Month is past, but I still have a treasure trove of wonderful quotes from poets. Hence I will continue to spoon feed them to you but perhaps not on a daily basis.
The Poet's Quote for today:
"How frail the human heart must be - a mirrored pool of thought. " ~Sylvia Plath
And here is a snip-it from one of my older works:
The clutter of blank stares
In a multitude of fun house mirrors
Each one, my own washed-out
Version of despair.
Wow, nice acquisition for Princeton University:
Library acquires archives of prominent literary magazine
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