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« Two Prose Poems (by Reb Livingston) | Main | Writing Blurbs [by Nin Andrews]: Part Three »

July 20, 2008


Damn, Reb. I feel as if I'm going to have to do something memorable soon to make it onto this list. Because, you know, I'm feeling a little forgotten by your most internal self. I mean, I'm no Jill, but still...I DID hold the banner for her at your Miss Micro-Press Pageant. That has to count for something in your dreamscape!

Woohoo, I'm in good company!

I'm afraid.

I cannot believe you've never dreamed about me, Reb. I'm hurt. I think. ;-)

Which dream was that dear? The one of us sipping pina coladas in the Caribbean? Or was it the nightmare where we were both at Walmart continuously being greeted by those same four poets that I have also placed on "that" list?

I'm with Jess: now I've got to live up to your dream! I also guess I'm going to have to stop showing up naked in my own dreams, just in case you're watching....

I dream about poets too, not often, just now & then. If I dream of you, I'll let you know, of course. It would be nice to know what you have dreamed about each of the poets you list.

No kidding about good company! Although I am disappointed that you won't dream and tell...

My dreams generally involve a cocktail party . . . only I'm the guy wandering around cleaning up all the beer bottles before the party's over. Yeah, I'm THAT guy. Thanks for inviting me to your dream, though. :D

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I left it
on when I
left the house
for the pleasure
of coming back
ten hours later
to the greatness
of Teddy Wilson
"After You've Gone"
on the piano
in the corner
of the bedroom
as I enter
in the dark

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