Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Poets and Poems - Robert Moyer


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Innovative educators all, the state of North Carolina hired us to travel along the coast, across the heartland into the mountains to cajole and canoodle conservative teachers into using our unorthodox classroom approaches. Intoxicated by proximity, we hovered around each other buzzing from one constantly re-forming group to another, from off-beat coffee shops to two-star motel rooms around the Tarheel state.

After dinner, we end up at the New Bern beach. You and I drop behind the others, sinking deeper into the swell of our conversation, unable to stop talking about what we cannot stop talking about. The others disappear along the dark coastline. We edge toward the water.

ten years later
in your voice on the phone
salt air


Originally published in contemporary haibun online - June 2009, vol 5 no 2

Photo by Dave Russo



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1 comment:

poemshape said...

Hey Tobacco Road Poet,

I'm circulating this comment...

I was thinking of putting together a post of Solstice Haiku.

If everyone sends me a solstice haiku, including your readers, I'll put together something that we can all post at our respective blogs.

My E-Mail address is at my blog under Contact or, if interested, you can post it at my Guest Book.

Patrick