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Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Made the Cover Art for Poembox: A poetry podcast by jgmac1106 #poetryport #writingcommunity

Made the Cover Art for Poembox: A poetry podcast by jgmac1106 #poetryport #writingcommunity

A remix by jgmac1106 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-SA) license

Source images

"POEM" flickr photo by hnguitarist https://flickr.com/photos/hnguitarist/5391884842 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-ND) license

"They which do hunger and thirst" flickr photo by Giles Watson's poetry and prose https://flickr.com/photos/29320962@N07/8669780238 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-SA) license

"Soul_20x28" flickr photo by Vovan UK https://flickr.com/photos/vovan_uk/6816640720 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license

Realized after I made the image I missed the non-derivative license. Going to contact artist to see if I can use...if not back to drawing board

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Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

What does it mean for poetry when our feces has faces #poetryport #clmooc

What does it mean for poetry when our feces has faces #poetryport #clmooc

In Reply to

Shit.
A promised made
to keep the poems
more physical
to find Pinksy's history in
everything.
Meaning in the mundane
now tasked to describe virtually
I wonder
where is the
the line?
Asked since 1959
Do we taste and feel
in our online spaces?
The faces
Real?

Greg McVerry

How I Wrote the Play at the Ridgline #Poetryport by painting a picture with words, a paper journal in hand, dog at my side, and falling sun

How I Wrote the Play at the Ridgline #Poetryport by painting a picture with words, a paper journal in hand, dog at my side, and falling sun
How I Wrote the Play at the Ridgline #Poetryport by painting a picture with words, a paper journal in hand, dog at my side, and falling sun
How I Wrote the Play at the Ridgline #Poetryport by painting a picture with words, a paper journal in hand, dog at my side, and falling sun

I realized that in much of my work I was always somewhere but never here. I had forgotten the embodied experience.Β 

Telling stories in simple observations is the only way to dig at deeper truths.

So I grabbed a journal and the dog and headed off into the woods. After walking awhlle I sat. Then I wrote. I tried to focus on all my senses. Capture a verse for each. This is a the first and only tool needed in a poet's toolkit.

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