108 Days of American Sentence – Day 19

Bird-heart rib cage / frantic flutter wing-span / off-beat dream shake / new song sung

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108 Days of American Sentence – Day 18

Cold wet weight crushing old limbs already heavy with sap, springtime snow.

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108 Days of American Sentence ~ Day 15

Hurt – his first word – I’m sorry – as if there was anything I could do.

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108 Days of American Sentence – Day 6

I guess this is what couples do when sad things happen – laughing, crying.

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108 Days of American Sentence – Day 5

Night mist ride to outskirts of town  – white rabbit white fox amble away.

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108 Days of American Sentence : Day 4

Sarong, beads, and public displays of affection – Saturday afternoon.

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108 Days of American Sentence: Day 3

Girl in green swirl on gold silk dangle untangle my moon weary smile.

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108 Days of American Sentence – Day 2

Pedaled bike hard up hospital hill on a warm February day.

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108 Days of American Sentence – Day 1

“Oh no! I’ll eat the shit out of anything!” he blurted — and she smiled.

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When I think about America today – man, like I have no words. So I’m gonna make it simple, and maybe even mindful. For the next 108 days I’ll write at least one American Sentence a day. I don’t have any plan for what they will be about – all that I know is they will be American Sentences. What’s an American Sentence? Created by beat poet Allen Ginsberg, it’s a seventeen-syllable sentence.