A friend of mine on Flickr told me that he was toying with the idea of starting a blog for his poetry.
I invited him to post to my blog as an experiment so he can see how his poetry looks and feels on a blog.
Today I present “the dooth pattern” by Harsubagh Khalsa
lips summer from umbrella
tieing spirally laces
granting the filament
hard deep suggest then
it doesnt matter stuff
it doesnt matter when
too much piruling
a scarry race
the scurry dance
mind beaming the
Image and poem are the property of Harsubagh Khalsa.
(c) Harsubagh Khalsa All Rights Reserved
The One Lovely Blog Award Comes to me from An Upturned Soul
The rules are as follows:
1 – Thank the person that nominated you and give a link to their blog.
Thank you to An Upturned Soul!
- List the rules.
Display the award on your post of the award.
List seven facts about yourself.
Nominate (up to) 15 bloggers for this award and comment on one of their posts to let them know you have nominated them.
Seven Facts About Rob Goldstein
I am a vegetarian
I believe that respect is earned; the quickest way to lose my respect is to demand it.
I believe that a win by cheating is the same as losing even if everyone around me thinks cheating is ok.
I believe in the Constitution of the United States and that each of us is responsible for understanding it and protecting it.
I am a Southern boy through and through.
I was raised on black-eyed peas, mashed potatoes, fried pork chops, collards and grits.
I started writing when I was eight.
Nominate (up to) 15 bloggers for this award and comment on one of their posts to let them know you have nominated them
My nominees are:
living in stigma
Bubbles and Beebots
Daisy in the Willows
Br Andrew’s Muses
Bipolar for Life
A Broken Blue Sky