A Fish And A Dish

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What is life, if; full of care, we have no time to play with this amazing tool.

A few days ago, Lynn Love made a comment below one of my posts, to the effect that if she tried to stay up late writing, as I do, she would end up typing the word ‘fish’ over and over. I was – erm – inspired to – um – compose this – uh – visual poem, and I dedicate it to Lynn. If you haven’t already discovered her work, I recommend you check out her brilliant blog.

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© Jane Paterson Basil


5 thoughts on “A Fish And A Dish

    1. Every time I do something really silly on these pages I worry that I may be the only one who thinks I’m funny, but I can’t resist it anyway. As soon as I saw your fish comment I thought of the visual poetry tool. It’s linked to the post. It’s pretty limited, but fun.

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  1. Reblogged this on Word Shamble and commented:
    Had to reblog this as I’ve never had a poem (or prose, art work song, street – anything) dedicated to me before. Created by the lovely and very talented Jane Basil. Thought it was particularly appropriate for me – you’ll see what I mean if you trawl through my pages. ‘I know the history of fishes and stones …’

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