Alice Isak raises important questions
and what it actually looks like and means.
[I really love this tagline description, for whatever reason! Makes me feel all full of important and impactful questions!]
TGMP has a lovely poetry series, which you can check out here. If you do decide to head over for a little poetic Monday reading, please consider paying a visit to my friend S‘s lovely love poem, Stars–They’re Just Like Us, in which she “uses a familiar image in a fresh, stunning, sustained way.”
And how are all of you? I’m curious what impactful questions you’d like to raise today. About sex or about poetry? About something else? About how to handle the familiar feeling of a Monday morning in a fresh and sustaining way?
[See, this is why I don’t write taglines. I managed to alter that perfectly delightful series of words just enough to make it sound like a reference to feminine hygiene products, didn’t I? Oops.]
Talk about these things! Or don’t. Whatever makes you happy. Life is short.
[EDITED: Confession — I actually wrote this poem not so much to “raise questions” as to “transcribe almost verbatim a completely sh*tb*lls wacko conversation.” Just so’s we’re clear.]