CHANNILLO
The Arrows On The Clock Are Pointing At Me
By Daniel J. Flore III

Series Description:

Image splattered, FEEL poems... Imagine, it's late, the ceiling fan turns and turns and turns, the moon is kissing the sun, the apple trees are picking their fruit, desire is strung from the telephone wires, long goodbyes and eager hellos replay in the mind, the stars are honey dripping and innocent as the spirit, the light coming through the sliding doors looks like everything known about being alive, the arrows on the clock are pointing at you, at me and these are the poems...

Category: Poetry
Updated: Undecided
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Daniel J. Flore III:

Dan Flore's poems have appeared in various online and print publications such as Many Mountains Moving, Eunoia Review, Short, Fast, and Deadly, Lyrical passion Poetry E-zine, Victorian Violet press, Long Story Short, Ceremony, Triggerfish Critical Review,and Quantum poetry magazine. He has read his poetry throughout Pennsylvania. Dan teaches the writing of poetry as a tool for those coping with mental illness. He was awarded the Florence Kerrigen memorial scholarship to the Philadelphia Writer's Conference. Dan's poetry has been favorably reviewed.  Most recently, Flore's poetry collection, When in Roam, was published by Sick Lit Magazine and his first poetry collection, lapping water, was just chosen to be published by GenZ Publishing.

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Series Description:

Image splattered, FEEL poems... Imagine, it's late, the ceiling fan turns and turns and turns, the moon is kissing the sun, the apple trees are picking their fruit, desire is strung from the telephone wires, long goodbyes and eager hellos replay in the mind, the stars are honey dripping and innocent as the spirit, the light coming through the sliding doors looks like everything known about being alive, the arrows on the clock are pointing at you, at me and these are the poems...

Category: Poetry
Updated: Undecided
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Daniel J. Flore III:

Dan Flore's poems have appeared in various online and print publications such as Many Mountains Moving, Eunoia Review, Short, Fast, and Deadly, Lyrical passion Poetry E-zine, Victorian Violet press, Long Story Short, Ceremony, Triggerfish Critical Review,and Quantum poetry magazine. He has read his poetry throughout Pennsylvania. Dan teaches the writing of poetry as a tool for those coping with mental illness. He was awarded the Florence Kerrigen memorial scholarship to the Philadelphia Writer's Conference. Dan's poetry has been favorably reviewed.  Most recently, Flore's poetry collection, When in Roam, was published by Sick Lit Magazine and his first poetry collection, lapping water, was just chosen to be published by GenZ Publishing.

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