Shawn L. Bird

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poem- Black Wind April 4, 2014

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 5:38 pm
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A little magnetic poetry, on the fridge, of course!    Several sets represented.  The photo is not as tightly focused as I’d like.  Sorry about that.

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32 Responses to “poem- Black Wind”

  1. “My earthmoving adventure boy” hahah so good!

  2. Insight Says:

    BRAVO!! 😀 Loved every bit of it. 🙂

    – Rahul

  3. seanbidd Says:

    Now that just shakes all that’s on land & water, never knew fridge magnets could be so expressive, impressive in the lines, and words they delight in, Shawn. Summers’ and their storms, in which ever way they turn to sing, will carry stories to look both ways in places where the winds turn a fast slow..

  4. Dan Hoger Says:

    Love the ingenuity!

  5. Benjamin 0 Says:

    I feel half moved-in when the fridge magnets land:). Who needs hot sauce when u can spice all the food like that? 😉

  6. I personally liked the way it has been put up , the blocks or pieces of magnet pull you closer , I was just there when I saw picture isnt as bright and crisp as it should be 🙂 Lovely poem though . Sorry , I love being honest , hope you didn’t mind 🙂

  7. Y. Prior Says:

    awesome – and goodness, seeing those magnet words really brought back some memories- and well, another great post Shawn…. 🙂

  8. fabulous poem Shawn! and a very artistic way of sharing it.

  9. Shah Wharton Says:

    Loved this… made me move inside. 🙂

    shahwharton.com

  10. beckarooney Says:

    I love this! Asides from the creative form of the poem it is also a wonderfully written piece. Great post! Good luck with the rest of NaPoWriMo 😀 x

  11. Writer_Chick_TJ Says:

    I have those magnetic words, too, and I love what I end up writing with them. I’ve never come up with anything quite like this, though. It’s incredibly imaginative and evocative. Lovely!

  12. kbaxter74 Says:

    Love the poem an the creative delivery.


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