Tag Archives: FoundPoems

‘Dear Clarence, This is Anthony and this is how you will know me’

March 20, 2012

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Working in a newsroom, you get a lot of oddballs, broken souls, lonely, cracked, occasionally perversely poetic people who wander in off the street looking to communicate their visions. Or they write letters.

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Surely, she will pounce? Pounce will she?

November 2, 2011

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A found poem pounces out the morning e-mail box. Surely, it does. But now I’m not so sure how surely best to phrase it.

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Found Poem of the Day from the Calhoun Chronicle

October 23, 2011

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Poems can be found in the most unexpected places. Such as page 2 of the Calhoun Chronicle’s “This Week in History,” with news of some chestnuts that came to town 100 years ago.

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