The sound of boiling eggs

St. Augustine heard the words Tolle, lege (latin for “take up and read”) spoken by a childlike voice. He understood them as a divine calling to read the Bible, which he did and then immediately converted to Christianity. To view the poem as published in The Southern Poetry Review, click here.


Word of the day: Poivrotte

A Moveable Feast. Ernest Hemingway. Read Bogotá, March 2013 Related articles Hemingway’s Paris (anotherbonjour.wordpress.com) A Moveable Feast (thewritecaravan.wordpress.com) Adventures of a Moveable Feast (adventuresofamoveablefeast.wordpress.com) A Writer’s Wisdom: Ernest Hemingway (persephonewrites.wordpress.com) Books About Paris (parisinmypocket.wordpress.com)


Fifteen Minutes

  In the fifteen minutes you claimed would elapse before you arrived at my house wearing a tuxedo,   I read Charles Bukowski and saw the December boat parade. Before you arrived, I heard blow horns punctuate the salsa CD   spinning in my bedroom. I read about Bukowski’s cats, both of them, and their […]