Tag: William Carlos Williams

Post-ROMP: Poetry Left Behind

I always enjoy giving the museum a good look-over after an event. I find the words and lines and poems that people have left behind. The museum encourages wordplay  and almost everything in the space can be written on. Here are some of the…

Pocket a Poem and Be Proud

If you have a tendency to pick up various items throughout the day and put them in your pocket, then today is the day for you. One of those various items you need to purposely put in your pocket today is a poem. Yes,…

In Spring, Do This

The rain has fallen all night. And today it is spring. Today begins that season, “when the world is mudluscious” and “the goat-footed balloonman whistles far and wee.” It is spring “when my heart with pleasure fills and dances with the daffodils.” Well…..as soon…

The Yellow Bath Mat

(with apologies to William Carlos Williams) so much depends upon a yellow bath mat rubber on bottom priced firm at three dollars. –Shaun Perkins NOTE: This poem was inspired by (stolen from) the following Craig’s List ad: