InterlitQ Poetry

InterlitQ Poetry

October 12, 2020 News blogposts 0

Not one, but three poems have been published on InterlitQ in the last week. First a short sequence about family myths. The title came from a apicture by the artist Danielle Barlow, and was used with her permission.

http://interlitq.org/blog/2020/10/07/we-carry-our-grandmothers-ghosts-a-poem-by-elizabeth-rimmer/?fbclid=IwAR1QU-LOfeKnmfmSGOWBi-r-x4paaavY8-cCf7Ll1f9TXsG0mQKRHY6iC6o

Then a light-hearted piece which someone aptly described as ‘a bit of earth porn’

http://interlitq.org/blog/2020/10/08/brief-encounter-a-poem-by-elizabeth-rimmer/?fbclid=IwAR1_2JG2pYGEYn7EUnaC7vz-IY1c55-hg1YwbNYPqiX1Wqvw6GVfezADFlM

and finally a little lyric, written about the Poetry Path at Corbenic. The title is a reference to a poem by Gary Snyder What You Should Know to Be a Poet.

http://interlitq.org/blog/2020/10/09/silent-solitary-illumination-a-poem-by-elizabeth-rimmer/?fbclid=IwAR0iRjoD_2ofxFwssK5GdnmpKXV0AxDYgGcwmIi-VA0ou76LoOEOK7FkbO8

With thanks to Peter Robertson and David Garyan at InterlitQ.

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