Tag Archives: spoken verse
The Columbus Letter from Joseph Valentinetti on Vimeo. I was Columbus I was Columbus & she was America unimagined gut believable lying in the path of the promise of the orient. How could I know with my sail so set … Continue reading
Single Entendre I dream I dream I wonder why I wonder why I am surprised I am surprised I am afraid I am afraid. You really shouldn’t have to explain poetry, right? But… the repeat of each phrase is … Continue reading
The Search For The Giant Spoon (Part One) It didn’t take long until the Highway became a Metaphor for life Twenty miles maybe a little more 4 am when the lights of Riverside slid off my rearview mirror … Continue reading
A Regular Edison Happiness has a Simplicity of design A Very small number of Easily interlocking pieces. When I am happy My brain has too much free time. My brain is an inventor. A regular Edison. It fears the unreality … Continue reading
I was watching her By the mirror rubbing Blush into her soft cheeks With circular practiced motions Behind me, the sliding glass Door was closed against Imagined evils & the roiling surf not far beyond Selfishness is love’s only Vernacular … Continue reading
Spoken Verse about a strange lover, knowing we are all strange, although we prefer the word unique.
Spoken verse, Poetry. Woman’s love and her understanding of life. She is too open, too accepting, too easily hurt by careless people.