It is Day 12 over at the Tupelo Press 30/30 Project.
Today’s sampling of poems has something for everyone. You may like Risa Denenberg’s poem entitled “Twenty Years of Dead” with this stellar offering:
there is not a lot of love
that isn’t brutal
or you may go in for fellow poet David Koehn’s haiku that is better to experience, including why the title in his poem is three times as long as the haiku itself.
Whatever your taste, stop by and enjoy the poetry at Tupelo Press 30/30 Project. If you are able, please donate whatever you can to help support Tupelo Press in their mission to provide eclectic poetry and literary fiction to the reading world.
As always, my offering from the Project is available below:
It’s Day 8. Over at the Tupelo Press 30/30 Project there is poetry to be read, poetry that is good and true and diverse and wonderful.
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Included below is my poem for Day 8: