Tag Archives: Stewardship

Bleach Headed Coral Blues

Bleach Headed Coral Blues by Michael Romani Airport Reef Bleached white My heart knows grief At this horrifying sight White, as far as the eyes can see White, in a way that should never be There in all of its … Continue reading

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Short Form Poetry Workshop: Pleaides – Conserve

The Short Form Poetry Workshop this evening pertained to a New Zealand form of poetry called a Pleiades. What is a Pleiades? • Invented in 1999 by Craig Tigerman, Sol Magazine’s Lead Editor. • a single seven-line stanza. • Only … Continue reading

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Short Form Poetry Workshop: Pleiades – Stewardship

The Short Form Poetry Workshop this evening pertained to a New Zealand form of poetry called a Pleiades. What is a Pleiades? • Invented in 1999 by Craig Tigerman, Sol Magazine’s Lead Editor. • a single seven-line stanza. • Only … Continue reading

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