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Keep the Beat

April 23, 2015 , , ,

Snapdragon

Snapdragon

On stage alone declaring how holy is everything

Drama and grit in bohemian glory, unafraid, uncensored

Blazing through the living backwoods of words, bongos,

Coffeehouse in some village overflowing with reform

Of letters, of institutions, of all the powers who regulate

On fat asses that be in charge of declinations that articulate

Judgements for society not listening, nor daring to perform

Shocking truthful rage behind the masks worn as uniforms

Marching single file, lost in the mass shuffle of minds in thought

Keep the beat, a tribute to those poets who knew not what they taught

NaPoWriMo 2015

NaPoWriMo 2015

Ride the poetry train in April by boarding here.   Enjoy reading writing and listening to diverse poets and beatnik bards.

 

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Liked the cut and thrust of your words, Pamela, ‘Drama and grit in Bohemian glory’ is lovely – G:)

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graemesandford

April 23, 2015

I am so honored that you visit here…real writer, real Brit…Thanks very much…I have a dead ancestor Brit poet..

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Pamela Morse

April 23, 2015

That made me giggle. Grae is more alive than most 🙂

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Jane Goldsack

April 23, 2015

I’m loving your writings too, Pamela J x

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Jane Goldsack

April 23, 2015

Thank you very much.

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Pamela Morse

April 23, 2015

I like this dramatic poem a lot. The name of the flowers is also more dramatical in English that in German that translates in “little lion’s mouth”

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Brigitte Kobi

April 24, 2015

Thanks Brigitte. I like the name in German as well, but less scary.

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Pamela Morse

April 24, 2015

Great poem.. I like that. I like the photo too. Your commentary is very current.. which I like!

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Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

April 29, 2015

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