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Oberon and Titania Fight Over Who Does the Dishes
30Jun2017
article by
Pamela Gibbs Hirschler
Poem
12

Lightening strobes through the blinds,

rain beats against the window,

the basement block walls sweat,

while egg dries on the plates in the sink.


12 responses to “Oberon and Titania Fight Over Who Does the Dishes”

  1. Gaby Bedetti says:

    Moisture in the basement and dryness in the kitchen, and the characters thundering in the title. Impressive.

  2. Larry Wheeler says:

    So much conveyed in so few lines. Wonderful

  3. Maggie Brewer says:

    I love poems that do so much in just a few lines! Fun.

  4. Linda Caldwell says:

    I like playfulness between title and poem. Fantastical

  5. Melva Sue Priddy says:

    love it, pam!

  6. Jim Lally says:

    the small things ARE
    the big things

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