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Blog Tourists KANE continue on.

Don't get MAD at the bad puns.

There once was a poet named Mad
whose limericks never were bad
What never? No, never—
but clever—yes, clever!
Go read them. I'm sure you'll be glad.

The limmies (that's the new hip term for "limericks") at her site are quite good. Some will give you the titters.

And now she answers the blog tour questionnaire with panache. I never knew she was an oboist! How cool is that? How cool is the word oboist

Kick yourself over to Mad Kane. And don't miss Linda Goin, too.

And hey, don't forget to read MY post on the blog tour, just below. Why not leave a comment like Mad Kane and PKP?

I am feeling giddy because I'm on vacation for the next month.

Kisses,
Daniel

Blog Tour, Where Are You GOIN Next?

I couldn't resist the silly pun

One of your next stops can be at Linda's Goin's resparked blog. I love Linda's poetry. She doesn't remember where we met—but I do! It was during one of the Poem-a-Day Challenges at Poetic Asides. She kept posting poems that stopped me in my tracks. I'm glad to have remained in touch with her. Read about her writing projects and processes at
The Iamb in Anapest

Virtual Blog Tour - Welcome To My World

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Welcome virtual tourists! Make yourselves at home. It is sweet to imagine you here. 


Peruse back through my 18-day poetry journal experiment, back through the sneak preview pages of poetry and illustrations that comprise my forthcoming book One Way to Ask, back through the poems I created in InDesign, all the way back to the word games I hosted, and all the random stuff in between. Enjoy your stay. Feel free to comment.

Even sweeter that imaging you here is imagining that someday I might meet you in person. I love when a virtual friendship enters real life. That's a deep joy I experience in knowing Ina Roy-Faderman, who brought me into this blog tour. 

I have long admired Ina's poetry on Poetic Asides, the Writer's Digest poetry blog and forum hosted by Robert Lee Brewer.  Finding out that she is only an hour away by car, I knew that we would meet in person.And so we have. I was delighted to embrace Ina and read with her at my wife Lauren's art opening in Berkeley last mo…

Three Funny Songs

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