Thanks for taking a look. I must admit to some pride for my most recent entry as compared to the prior one, which was done in haste.
Clever twist on your interpretation of "picture poetry".
That's an outstanding Mae West poem you've been and gone and wrote there GG.
Haha, thank you! that was great.
Err, thanks for that GG.
and just for you;- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9xROONPy6Y
That's good following in the footsteps of tradition if we can believe some of the stories they told us..."I walked five miles to school everyday in two feet of snow wearing nothing but cut off burlap pants"
RE: Marco Polo. I just finished. Interesting from a historical perspective. Keep google nearby. If you weren't already aware, DickZ is retracing Marco's steps literally...http://www.online-literature.com/for...lo’s-Footsteps
By the way, just started Marco Polo after seeing it on your read list.
Heh heh heh. Poetry by camera. I think Cacian sees the world in her own special way.
After a life time hearing my Dad's stories of the winter of '63 and '47 and how he and Grandad dug through those drifts by shovel, Me and the Boy decided to do the same - Next year I'm getting buying a JCB.
You said: "Crikey did I do all that! "
A camera poet
who didn't know it!
That must have been some effort digging out, surely that wasn't all shovel work...was it?
Have you had any melting since?
something for a Sunday morning