OLD MAN and the SYLLABLES: Poetry
Written 1981 - Present by LARRY EUGENE MEREDITH aka the Old Goat
The Old Goat and John Milton compare notes. Milton, Delaware, 2011. (Photo by Ronald W. Tipton, used by permission)
Creative Statement and Acknowledgments
Who and What of Coffee and Poetry
Story behind "Half & Half"
Bad Days at the Office: "Crack Up" and "Corporatio...
Story of "High Performance" Sort of
Some Explanations about "Euthamania"
Those Autumn Leaves
Where "Flight Delayed" came From
Flights I've Taken to Broaden Myself
The story behind "Middle"
Go To STUFF AND NONSENSE AND A LOT OF LARRY
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Sunday, July 25, 2010
A pod of a poem dropped into the cyber soil
Like a seed it seemed to sprout when exposed to light
And slowly came the sowers of words
Those cunning little cultivators
And the pod became a tree
Bearing a plump plum crop of poets.
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A BOOK New Castle Linesman
Copyright 2011 Larry Eugene Meredith
Published: Cunning Poets Society
Written 2010 in Delaware
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