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yurikageyama: Love this poem in Life And Legends. Proud of the kind of company I keep:

rabihalameddine: This was the poem of the day last year: Prayer for the Man Who Mugged My Father, 72 by Charles Harper Webb

LisaLBellamy: "Command"Call me Ishmael," not "If it's not too much trouble, and you agree, you might consider calling me Ishmael." The universe, of which you are a part, speaks through you. Even if it doesn't, it helps to write as if it does. You can always revise." Charles Harper Webb

vickimiko: "Crabby" by Charles Harper Webb Webb's engaging sad story, I can relate :-o "...unsuccessful efforts to make wild creatures (frogs, bugs, lizards, baby birds, etc.) part of my family. This poem commemorates such an effort, and remembers the victim.”

RattleMag: “Come out, Crabby Crab …” —Charles Harper Webb

dorion_niprock: The Animals are Leaving by Charles Harper Webb | Poetry Foundation

RattleMag: This week's episode of Poets Respond Live features Stephen Gibson's poem for Memorial Day, Tishani Doshi on a tragic mass-shooting in Kabul, Jennifer Jean with a speculative poem, Charles Harper Webb on Little Richard, and much more …

RattleMag: Outside, rain darts though gusts of visibility. —Charles Harper Webb

ExcitedUttRead: “Examined Life” by Charles Harper Webb | Rattle: Poetry

RattleMag: Rattlecast 37 with Charles Harper Webb

LisaLBellamy: "Command, "Call me Ishmael," not, "If it's not too much trouble, and you agree, you might consider calling me Ishmael." The universe, of which you are a part, speaks through you. Even if it doesn't, it helps to write as if it does. You can always revise." Charles Harper Webb

LisaLBellamy: “The universe, of which you are a part, speaks through you. Even if it doesn't, it helps to write as if it does. You can always revise." Charles Harper Webb

MariaTaylor_: With the heartbreak of seeing animals perish on the news, here's a poem for the vanishing world, 'The Animals are Leaving,' by Charles Harper Webb,

biblioklept: “The Death of Santa Claus” — Charles Harper Webb

andrzej_jozwik: He’s had the chest pains for weeks, but doctors don’t make house calls to the North Pole, he’s let his Blue Cross lapse, blood tests make him faint, hospital gown always flap.... - "The Death of Santa Claus" by Charles Harper Webb

rabihalameddine: Reposting the poem of the day before: Prayer for the Man Who Mugged My Father, 72 by Charles Harper Webb

rabihalameddine: Reposting yesterday's poem: Prayer for the Man Who Mugged My Father, 72 by Charles Harper Webb

rabihalameddine: Today's poem: Prayer for the Man Who Mugged My Father, 72 by Charles Harper Webb

FCS_STATS: Congratulations to the Week 4 STATS FCS National Players of the Week: Brown QB E.J. Perry, Idaho LB Charles Akanno, Maine WR/KR Earnest Edwards and Gardner-Webb WR/KR Devron Harper. Read about the winners and Honorable Mention selections.

FreeWillAstro: Not being omniscient is a really big drag for me. —poet Charles Harper Webb

poemtoday: G. C. Waldrep and Charles Harper Webb...

poemtoday: New Tumblr post: "A poem by Charles Harper Webb"

RedHenPress: WEDNESDAY, we hope to see you at LA's oldest independent bookstore to see Kim Dower, Ron Koertge, and Charles Harper Webb!

FourWayReview: Trapped in a pool that slinks away as daylight’s hard, hot hand slams down, it’s just a fish: no plans or projects left undone; no friends or family who will mourn. from FORGETFUL GOD by Charles Harper Webb

LisaLBellamy: The universe, of which you are a part, speaks through you. Even if it doesn't, it helps to write as if it does. You...

MichaelNarducci: From Charles Harper Webb's poem, "Pumpkin Envy." (I miss you, oh delicious, scrumptious pumpkin pie.)

zeinabeck: "(Might as well; it changes anyway.)" - Charles Harper Webb

RedHenPress: Our Stories Books reading is a week from tonight! Don't miss Teri Grimm, Charles Harper Webb & Douglas Manuel!

RedHenPress: Two weeks from today: our reading at the PMCA with Charles Harper Webb, Nicelle Davis & Laurel Ann Bogan!

reader_kirsten: Marked as did-not-finish: Shadow Ball by Charles Harper Webb

stephenrr: Swept Away by Charles Harper Webb

LisaLBellamy: The universe, of which you are a part, speaks through you. Even if it doesn't, it helps to write as if it does. Charles Harper Webb

LisaLBellamy: Command, 'Call me Ishmael,' not...'If it's not too much trouble, and you agree, you might consider calling me Ishmael.' Charles Harper Webb

marysalome: Blind, by Charles Harper Webb - Poem 107 | Poetry 180



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A Boat Beneath A Sunny Sky
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A boat beneath a sunny sky,
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