Pinhead

Volume I of Broken Rhyme

A book of fable, myth and history lyrically spoken by a pinhead spirit, a she, a sphinx, and miscellany of Hellenes.

118 pages; 81 verses; 4 illustrations

While sitting on a pinhead / Stuck in an angel’s wing / Pulling through a silver thread / I tapped my head to think,

I tapped again, to no avail / It seems I have forgot / The answer to the riddle / If not, then what?

Description

Praise for Pinhead:

Some million diamonds dangle along
the merry music of his lines.
Alfred Lord Tennyson

A Broken Rhyme
Is worn into my cloak.
Look!  Miss,
You are naked without it.
Catullus

Great singer of Man
Struck notes of Milton’s tongue;
Strike! strikes the God on mine.
Forthwith he strikes on one,
And Mister Curtis shines!
William Blake

When song was ground to silence
By the straining steel machines
Tongue was bound, the Muses wept
‘Till Sir you dared to sing.
W.B. Yeats

Again we live, in him.
Simonides 

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Forthcoming from “Broken Rhyme”:

Book II:     Modern Art
Book III:   Black-Eyed Susan
Book IV:   Prig E. Maps Book of Pepigrams
Book V:     Branches
Book VI:   Serenade