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Parade on the Water (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Have you ever seen a whole line of boats all lit up and moving in a parade to entertain crowds of people? It’s quite a spectacle. The below poem was inspired by just such an event, which I attended with a dear friend of mine and her family about twoContinue reading “Parade on the Water (A Poem)”

Neon Light Sketch (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I saw a performance a while ago where the performers put on a brief skit in the darkness, using neon lights to create props and even characters. It was an incredible piece. So, I experimented with how such a sketch might look as a poem.] On a stage                enveloped byContinue reading “Neon Light Sketch (A Poem)”

Neon Light Show (An Experimental Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Note: I have seen a few videos of neon light performances now, and each time they have always blown me away. Usually, they involve short scenarios or sketches with actors dressed up in neon lights to stand out on a dark stage, while performers dressed in dark clothes move around, using lightedContinue reading “Neon Light Show (An Experimental Poem)”