Today we’re catching up with two poems. Yesterday, for my son’s 28th birthday, I posted a special poem in honor of him and the walks we used to take through a field inhabited by fairies. Scroll down the list for Day #12 to read “The Magical Field of the Lollygaggers.”
On a lighter note, for today (Day #13), the subject is donuts, a prompt suggested by Faisal Mohyuddin, one of the 9 poets writing as part of the 30/30 Tupelo Press Poetry Project in April. My poem is titled “The Last One” and focuses on that last sad donut that always seems to be left in the box. It’s been fun to read how my fellow poets have addressed the same sweet topic in recent days, whether it be the long john or the ubiquitous glazed dozen.
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