J.P. Hart
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Robert B. James commented on J.P. Hart's blog post WOW {poem}
"Fire them all at once."
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"Edited Bold type P five. Edited title. Forgot Italics paragraph five. O!swell! An interesting critique would be to review/improve all artistic endeavors during whatsit? 7/8s moon phase(s)...and don't let's not get started on the War on…"
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"RBJ You've piqued reader's enthusiasm. (So I checked usage of piqued~doesn't make me a slow typist.) I have not seen Fahrenheit 11/9 or Blackkklansman and look forward to both. Recollect that box office draw has much to do with ad…"
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J.P. Hart commented on J.P. Hart's blog post Leopard, Shepard {POEM}
"K~I understand~I think I know~ some of us remember EVERYTHING: pride and disgrace, ebony and ivory at eye level, an insane creak of mortise and peg watchtower sway~ R~Gloria persuaded OM with her strong-hankering toward another one of her…"
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"Dream of Lions When you see a lion in your sleep, it symbolizes assertiveness, strength, power, and courage. ... If a lion appears in your dream or during your real life, it is symbolic of something important happening. However, you may not have any…"
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Hart has been writing fiction forever and a day. Often agape with obscure words such as Altocumulus.

J.P. Hart's Blog

WOW {poem}

Posted on February 16, 2019 at 4:00am 2 Comments

My voice in the voice of my voice talking to my voice an inner voice

hearing itself voice its own voice voicing voice above ground, nuanced

voicing louder as living voice ought to voice, a raucous certain voice

euphonious, that of a wolf voicing wow: harmony.

One dude coming back from lunch, a salami in his pocket, confronts a

wounded man, well, all the wayfarers…

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Leopard, Shepard {POEM}

Posted on February 11, 2019 at 1:03pm 4 Comments

Alive and cold here, snow covers all horizontal. Windless dawndark. A great silence like a speechless child. Heat machines spark, burn and ravage flame. Pent up warmth, a leopard prowls through tin, then its fog wisps a moonwalk, vanishing, words unspoken. Slant snow too high for the tongue, glimmers-surrounds a road lamp, maintains the eye on white. Dark trees, a woolten shepherd, vertical ideas, sentinels as dark as wire, hold the nighttime, allowing the sun a faux return, so reticent and…

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Door to Door

Posted on January 20, 2019 at 9:58am 7 Comments

Anxious to earn money

a paperboy responsible

5 block radius year round

7 days up and early

Sundays' ad heavy

funny paper

stuffed editions

over snow berms

through sleet winter

sheet lightening

around dark aluminum

beige corners

past howling white

chained Malamutes

into enslaved back yards

where the first yellow

shaded lamps

lit bedrooms

where crying babies

nuzzled shadows

of big bosom…

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Tearing Around

Posted on January 18, 2019 at 7:24am 6 Comments

There'd been news purporting an Alzheimer causing sap, from an obscure XYZ tree somewhere in South America.

Such report ought rank at the top of the sounding probe within the medical industrial complex, what with the subsequent demise of the person, the heart-broken caregivers, the erstwhile pharma RD staff, the pill-peddlers shoulder to shoulder with Congress-fluke who golf the highnoon away, as victim slowly, passionately expires.…

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At 1:59am on July 31, 2017, Ron Powell said…

Sorry for the slow response.

At 8:23am on February 17, 2017, tr ig said…

aye too drinks a bit :o

At 11:09am on January 7, 2017, koshersalaami said…

We assumed you were

 
 
 

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Two Sundays

Posted by Robert B. James on February 16, 2019 at 8:00am 0 Comments

WOW {poem}

Posted by J.P. Hart on February 16, 2019 at 4:00am 2 Comments

Bell Bottom Blues

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Happy Valentine's Day!

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The Asymptote of Progress

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Saint MAHI

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