At dVerse Laura is hosting Meeting the Bar with an invitation to construct a poem by using the last lines from the last twelve poems written or, use a last lines index from a book to construct from the poems of others.
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“What do you want a meaning for? Life is a desire, not a meaning.” Charlie Chaplin
How Light I Am Called Aphrodite while mulling over the juice of my thoughts, and then there were none, is life always having to reduce to mere frippery, and neither am I or the things I hold close, once you notice them I never want to let go, is love impotent, navigated wreckage, the next fully alive, O how I wish I could see it, how light I am. Copyright 2022 ©Paul Vincent Cannon All Rights Reserved ®️