A Cup of Tea… or Ts? (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: A very experimental piece regarding wordplay.] May I offer you a cup of tea–   a cup of tea from me and you? Or should the arrangement be    a cup of Ts from I to U?       Semantics can get confusing    when symbols like letters    can represent ideasContinue reading “A Cup of Tea… or Ts? (A Poem)”

A Wolf Moon (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: An experimental poem about traveling around a forest at night on a wolf. Hope you enjoy it!] Please come along        dear friends    on this journey beneath an ancient moon       that shines like the golden eyes             of our patient guide A large white wolf with fur      radiantContinue reading “A Wolf Moon (A Poem)”

A Character Named Metafiction (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Another highly experimental piece, based on the literary genre of metafiction.] A character named Metafiction     is aware she is a character named Metafiction who     lives within the margined boundaries of this poem           much like a happy robin           safe inside her nest high in a tree ThisContinue reading “A Character Named Metafiction (A Poem)”

From the Margins (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I love to experiment with new ways to tell a story. Hope you like this one.] I was in amid a poem    about an expansive forest with pine trees     whose branches glinted in the moonlight            as if covered in ice crystals            on a certain        late summerContinue reading “From the Margins (A Poem)”

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