Poem Up at Thimble Literary Magazine

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I’m thrilled one of my oldest poems has finally found the perfect home in Thimble Literary Magazine! My deep thanks to editor Nadia Arioli and her staff, who promote their contributors in as many ways as they can – they are a poet’s dream team! There will be a print version of the issue but my poem can be read now in their online one here 

8 thoughts on “Poem Up at Thimble Literary Magazine

  1. Thought I left a comment on Thimble Literary page … but doesn’t show up … ? The poem is both stimulating and reflective. And your flute metaphor is a grabber for me – my husband plays native wooden flutes (our house is full of them) and credits the flute with his transition into midlife with sanity in check. I met him a couple years after he found flutes and have been enjoying his now for 20 years. Very spiritual.
    Congratulations on finding a home for this poem … and thank you for sharing it!

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    1. Jazz, I see you’re right, no comment on mag page (it was a bit of an ordeal to do so I discovered) so thank you for commenting here! That’s so cool about your husband and flutes! Great for a meditative atmosphere! There’s an extra pleasure in that this poem took so long to find a home😊

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    1. Yes, it’s always hard when someone close is stressed and suffers physically because of it. I’ve found meditation to be most helpful. Thanks for reading, Michael!

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