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Thursday, April 21, 2005

Cracks in The Sidewalk - A Response to William Carlos Williams


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Cracks in the Sidewalk

nothing depends

cracks in the

jumped on by

with matricidal

Copyright 1977 by PJF, All rights reserved, Used By Permission

Author's Note: An entirely inappropriate response to nearly and hour of gushing lecture time spent on The Red Wheel Barrow by William Carlos Willams. A poem of grace, beauty and compact simplicity, but hard to endure on a 90 degree day in an American Lit Survey Course with 800 pages, 300 poems and less than 3 weeks to go before the final. Published in several places it is part of the unpublished Broken Wheelbarrow Anthology that I hope may someday come to press. I thank The Peter Files for this exposure. Comments and encouragement welcome.


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4/22/2005 7:46 AM  
Blogger The Peter Files Blog of Comedy said...

I am so glad that this work of poetry encouraged another, although it seems to be quite outside the box.

4/26/2005 1:14 PM  

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