Poetry Posts are a bi-monthly email of new poems by Phyllis Stowell with the intention of carrying on a poetic dialogue. Individuals who wish to respond are invited to send to me a quote, a lyrical paragraph or a poem of their own. If appropriate, I will post this response in the GUEST folder. If individuals prefer to write something personal not for the GUEST folder, I will respond by email. Posts will be archived for a limited period of time.


August 1st, 2017|

            An hour which knows plentitude of soul                               Gaston Bachelard   At the peak of [...]


June 24th, 2017|

What is jealousy but the curse of not being one's self   and sinking unknown into the quicksand of infinity


June 2nd, 2017|

              Secrets of the Talking Jaguar               Martin Prechtel   The delivery was scheduled to arrive by the end of day Voices at [...]

At the door that reaches from stone

June 2nd, 2017|

At the door that reaches from stone to the heavens what you carry lay down at the angels' feet You can bring only yourself across that threshold In the labyrinth of day follow what each [...]

Out of the many

May 11th, 2017|

Out of the many phrases a few have staying power the rest like tinted snow and pillared dark get lost inside memory's rusty bank as do nifty rhymes like ax and tracks It's remarkable [...]


March 16th, 2017|

Backstage    behind the screen he showed them to you shiny brass profiles elaborately cut with flared sleeves and big heads one mouth an open beak If you are adept you can create a [...]

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