Friday Night Poetry Corner #228 (Richard Cory)

One of my personal favorite poems. It took me back a bit when I first read it in middle school but a lesson that was taught by my mom and reenforced by this poem-- You never know what inner demons a person is losing to unless you are willing to ask. It's a sad poem … Continue reading Friday Night Poetry Corner #228 (Richard Cory)

Morse Code (Friday Night Poetry Corner #227)

Good evening everyone and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. I really hope everyone is keeping safe and taking all the precautions in this serious time. But for night lets enjoy ourselves with his unique poem I found. The poet’s name is Jane Swanson and the name of this joint is called “Morse Code.” This poet has a lot to offer and hopefully, you can stop by her page and stay for a few.

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dits and dahs

dots and dashes

get your rhythm

don’t be slow

tapping out

a universal

language

dit dit dit dah dah dah dit dit dit

••• – – – •••

HELP

___________

NaPiWriMo prompt to look at old technology. Morse Code has been around since 1844 and still used today. Most interesting use was the POW who used the code to spell out the word torture with the blinks of his eyes.

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