I am re-blogging my four posts that got the most views in 2014. I’m not sure these are my best blogs, but they have the most attractive key words, I think. The number 3 post for 2014 is my oldest poem that has been captured in my blog. I wrote Starlight Mints in 1970 and included it in my Hopeful blog in March 2012. Here it is again.
A peripatetic dancer,
and around and around
and Tickling my senses,
Casting blue-green shadows
l – o – v – e
But i keep it a
This was the tenth poem in an anthology I wrote in 1970, and it was the first poem I had published–in a small literary magazine for High School Students–in 1971. At the time, I just liked the imagery a lot. My dad really loved starlight mints, so they were always around me. I didn’t care much for them at the time. I eat them sometimes now, because they remind me of Dad.
Here is another short poem from that series, and it was also published. It is interesting that these were the only two whimsical poems in the collection, and they were also…
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