Labor Day

when I work for others, it's called labor, if for myself - is it fine?technology claims to have solutions, but entails a cost - all mine politicians help only when I vote, I know they don't stand for mesomeday they'll invent miracles, watch the little hands that follow me hunt for investors, give away rights, … Continue reading Labor Day


Dilemma – American Sentence

Will you choose the devil to escape dark, uncertain waters below? What Do You See? The American Sentence is a concept of the legendary Beat Poet, Allen Ginsberg. It is simply a poem within 17 syllables in one line. The line should be written in complete sentence (s). It should capture a moment with a “turn”.


The chosen form is American Sentence American Sentence: Invented by Allen Ginsberg.An American haiku variation. 17 syllables written in a sentence.Any topic. She transmutes dreams, turns them over to the sales department for profits. Written for Tanka Tuesday Weekly Prompt Synonyms used Change - transmute Grow - turn over