Paper Poetry
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Paper Poetry



No longer at home with blindness

Written not by my 22-month old grandson but my 66-year old left hand

Who’d a thunk it?
Edgar Bergen, ventriloquist, speaking for Mortimer Snerd

CBS Radio, public domain, via Wikimedia Commons




We are living in the digital world, covered in the autonomous aspects & tracked motions of life. Yet, somehow we are losing some critical elements. Keyboards, touchpads, & speech-to-text are there, but we believe that handwritten words on paper is still meaningful to some poets.

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Jenine Bsharah Baines

Jenine Bsharah Baines

Retired publicist with a passion. “There is not a particle of life which does not bear poetry within it.” Gustave Flaubert.

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