Poems and Slime

Slime is a thing. Slime mold can make maps.

As this is National Novel Writing Month I wanted to present you with some writing advice. It has to do with reading but you can apply it to writing.

Take the Time to Read Out Loud from The Write Nook 

And here’s Anne Lamott’s NaNoWriMo Pep Talk

Over the last few weeks/months I’ve been drawn to poems about places and poems about animals. This is what I want to turn into. Something that travels through and is traveled through. One day I hope to return to the ground. And the ocean.

The Rats by Keetje Kuipers

Gaman: Topaz Concentration Camp, Utah by Kenji C. Liu

East River and The Ghetto by Lola Ridge

The Belladonna of Sadness by Sally Wen Mao

Not Everybody’s Bestiary (Yet) by Rebecca Morgan Frank

If You’re Going to Look Like a Wolf They Have to Love You More Than They Fear You by Abigail Chabitnoy

Ghazal IV by Bojan Louis

Łčíčšeʔ by Heather Cahoon 

Quantum Foam by Elizabeth Jacobson

And I just LOVE the format of this poem. You will see poems like this from me in the future.

Countdown as Slow Kisses by Michael Wasson

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Jessica Halsey lives in Arkansas and is earning a degree in Laboratory Science while she writes many strange poems and books about werewolves and faeries. She loves birdwatching and performing venipuncture. Her spark bird is the Rose-Breasted Grosbeak and her house words are, “Is there blood on the floor?”

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