20 comments on “Jungles and Seabeds

  1. I wanted to draw attention to how your work evokes feeling without being “emotional”, and how the ordering of words seems intelligently crafted toward this end. This characteristic is very difficult to grasp for many in the arts. In present “post-modern” times it’s refused, in fashion, as a child refuses his vegetables. I am very new too thinking very seriously about poetic forms. I am a visual artist and teacher.

    I appreciate how this particular poem may function as metaphor for how the gift of poetry is most strongly evidenced when the poet sits both in awe of creation while remaining faithful to his/her poetic responsibility. In this way the poet may perform a living service of good both to himself, others, and the creator. I really look forward to reading your pieces.


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