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November 05, 2009


David Moolten

I like the simple progression of this and how it manages to let the narrator step out of herself in a very realized way (through the photographs). Neat idea, wryly but not self-consciously self-referential.


An interesting visual poem Julie!! The absence of the author. The invisible reader.

Linda Fraser

The author has gone to phone the electrician to come and discover why the electricity is "spurting without a switch". The pictures and the words set a mysterious scene without the subject. I enjoyed exploring it. Thanks, Julie!

tamra at laughingdove

What a great string of haiku images and words!

Julie Jordan Scott

I enjoy reading each comment... and yes, my porch will continue to welcome me but wow, do my kids really need to litter the front of it like that?!

Loved this prompt and have enjoyed visiting your blogs and reading your poetry as well.

Brava/Bravo, one and all!


i could not help but to notice the shadows of things has just as much life as the lifeless...

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