If you know of any budding poets who could use some direction, please refer them to this link. I am working on my Masters and hoping I can get my feet wet in education. I have previous credentials teaching poetry classes online. This curriculum is focused on self-discovery and ultimately unlocking parts of yourself you … Continue reading Continuing Education on Klatch
If I could crank a call to action, I would make a nickel last a lifetime within fifteen minutes Your legacy was reintroduced by name Yet never known by a shape other than an amorphous blob Simply mentioning the word nickelodeon brings up memories for many Majority won’t understand the etymology Word which outdates the … Continue reading Nickelodeon
How would I travel?
You’re going on a cross-country trip. Airplane, train, bus, car, or bike? No contest!!!!!!
Barnes & Noble
Where would you go on a shopping spree? I would raid every single one of those shelves and encourage people to buy Grimoire. I’d make a special trip to the bird game section. I could use a new Scrabble set!
The Dark Side of the Sonnet
Poem by Jack M. Freedman originally published by Mad Gleam Press in the journal POSTmortem. Illustration by Michael G. Zaloom.
Poetry in the Park
Maker Park in Staten Island, New York.
Calculations (Winner of the 2004 NYC College of Technology Literary Arts Festival Prize in Poetry)
Photo by Deepak Gautam on Pexels.com Allow me to add my two cents to the situation.In return, I would like you to subtract the rhetoric that exits your lipsAnd assist me in keeping divisions from multiplying.Before I go off on a tangent,Let me tell you about the problem I have evaluated.You see, it seems as … Continue reading Calculations (Winner of the 2004 NYC College of Technology Literary Arts Festival Prize in Poetry)
Murder, He Wrote by Jack M. Freedman
Murders sweep neighbourhoods. Feathered obsidian passing across skylines silvery as sterling statues rusting into sunsets, auburn as feathers …Murder, He Wrote by Jack M. Freedman
Scavenger Hunt Photos (2012)
Washington Square Arch
This is West 4th Street - Washington Square -Transfers are available to the A, B, C, D, E, F, and M trains.