Thursday, July 03, 2008

toast

I'm still in Sardinia, but dropping in to say I have a poem in the new issue of Green Hills Literary Lantern.

I've read a bunch of books I may blog about later, but mostly I've just been sitting on the beach. Every blue day is a carbon copy of the last, cloudless, blazingly sunny and hot.

9 comments:

S. Thomas Summers said...

enjoy!

i am in the bowels of summer school - 10th grade american lit.

only 4 more weeks.

uugghhh!

Talia said...

vesper float of smoke--lovely stuff. Lovely lig mag as well. Happy 4th of July from Indiana!

Rachel Mallino said...

Congrats, Sarah. sometimes, carbon-copies can be good.

Laura said...

Sarah, I loved your poem. Congrats, and happy vacation!

sam of the ten thousand things said...

Congratulations, Sarah.

Liz said...

Sarah, a cracker of a poem. Loved it.
The endless sun is divine - enjoy. : )

SarahJane said...

thanks all. believe it or not i have a bit of beach fatigue. looking forward to vegetating in my dark cellar again soon.

Valerie Loveland said...

My favorite poems are the ones (like this one) that make normal, boring things seem extraordinary.

Tracey said...

Yummy-- I love toast! Kudos!

-shanti

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