A poet considers the intersections of language and numbers, connections between disparate entities – the currents stirring within the Phoenician iteration of our letter M and the Japanese character for water, mizu, or the intertwined strands of solar wind and shadows, black-chinned hummingbirds and  coastal death rituals – all, of course, while contemplating good food and that most magnificent of elixirs, beer, which may have been the very foundation of civilization. Or not.

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  1. Hello there

    Thanks for the follow! How have you been and how’s your blog doing?
    I created a blogger tips group to connect with all my long last WordPress blogger friends, and to help all of us to learn from each other. I would love for you to share your knowledge in the group and connect with other bloggers. Here’s the link:
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    Founder of Healthy Living


  2. Thank you so much for your like on What Do We Hide! That was my first time posting on the Daily Prompt. I’m glad you liked it, means a lot! This is a wonderful site you have. I especially love your interview section. So inspiring to read.

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  3. Dear Mr. Okaji thankyou for reading my work…it was such a surprise…I have no idea as to how you came across it…but I am happy you did. Thanks again for introducing me to many poetry journals and collections of poetry online.

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  4. Thanks for liking my blog! That’s how I found yours. I don’t read much poetry, but yours is definitely intriguing. I love the photos. Did you take them all?

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