Saturday, June 10, 2006

This is amazingly well done

A poem in flash, found as a link on the W.O.M.B. blog. W.O.M.B. in my right-hand column of links.

Cobweb.

Turn on your sound.
Pris

The link Brian Campbell mentions in his comment is Born Magazine for more of this type. As he says, this site is very difficult to navigate. Type in the last name in the box above poets. Choices will come up. Click on the one you want and hit the enter key. Good luck!!

15 comments:

Michael Parker said...

This is an exquisite Flash poem! Just exceptional!

Pris said...

Isn't it wonderful?? Welcome home! Missed you, kiddo.

Michael Parker said...

Thanks, Pris! It was a good trip, though tiring. But it is good to be home.

Pat Paulk said...

A good flash for Monday morning!!

Pris said...

Hi Pat. Glad you liked!

erin said...

Simply beautiful... thanks for sharing. :) You seem to be feeling better?

Pris said...

Thanks, Erin...better in some ways. It's slow. Thanks for asking.

Brian Campbell said...

I enjoyed this. But -- to me this poem starts out well, but then explains too much. There's honing to be done -- including a "yet" I'd cut out. But if you haven't, check out Ilya Kaminsky's poem on Born, and the one by Victoria Chang.

pepektheassassin said...

Wow! This is a fun way to start a Monday morning! Thanks!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I love this!!!

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Pris said...

Glad all of you enjoyed. Brian, I don't know who you'd get your comments to the creator of this poem and where would I find the other two you mentioned? I'll message you.

Michael Parker said...

I'd like to know where I can read (or see) these other poems, as well.

Geoff Sanderson said...

Thanks for posting this, Pris. Wonderful use of multimedia - but I agree with Brian's comment above - the poem is a little too explicit, needs editing. I would love to see what you would do in this genre - imagine 'Trombone Angels' with moving pictures! G.

Pris said...

Wouldn't it be fun to have a video/flash expert wandering around to do things like this with our poetry??