I have three poems up a Five:2:One today, including an MP3 recording of my reading it.

“swampy conjunction”, “closing my eyes is a trust fall with my imagination”, and “one like equals” are all products of this past August, when after attending the Barrelhouse Writer’s Camp in Pennsylvania, I wrote a poem a day the rest of the month.

The project was fun, considering I never write poetry, and thanks to the guidance and subtle nudge from my new friend Christina Beasley, I managed to write about 25 poems. I thought three of them turned out pretty solid, and so I sent them out around the time Hurricane Irma flooded downtown Jacksonville.

Hopefully you enjoy, because I’ve decided to dedicate some time to writing poetry for the time being. Hopefully a chapbook or something will come out of it.

http://five2onemagazine.com/three-poems-caleb-michael-sarvis-micro-poetry-thesideshow/

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