There, Not There

Odilon Redon, “Béatrice”

For dVerse. The challenge was to write a poem composed of last lines. These are last lines from recent poems on my blog. I didn’t like the first version I wrote, but I’m still not sure if it works.

52 thoughts on “There, Not There

  1. It does work, perfectly, as a contrapuntal poem, the conversation back and forth. And your lines express the way your poetic mind works, so there’s a sense of cohesion in it anyway. This is a real poem that stands in its own light.

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