March 12 - [noted part of a line from a Boston Legal episode that I have a feeling will find its way into a poem at some later date] "its always orange for breakfast and apple for lunch"
March 12 - comfort is is an approximation/which has not arrived
March 13 - you have weathered the streets/know the names of its inhabitants/and carry a Godlike name
March 13 - The word is/side effects/are rare/and musical/most of the time /hardly irritable
March 16 - It's uncomfortably warm in the house tonight. For the longest time I was here alone tonight and the house felt closed in....
March 18 - From across the hall comes an airborne thought/I shall pocket it in hopes of making it my own
March 19- Two tea bags/bold is not exactly/a distinguishing landmark
On another note, I have a blog to recommend. Brian Brodeur's How a Poem Happens is an engrossing look into the creative process various poets subscribed to in the creation of specific poems. The most recent being Sandra Beasley author of Theories of Falling. Other poets featured Dorianne Laux, Stephen Dunn, Daisy Fried, and Dan Albergotti to name a few. If you haven't been there, check it out!
I'm on a roll, sent out two batches of poems this past week to venues that I've not submitted to before. Fingers crossed!