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Hi marlene, ...just like the viagra guy, I'm back again: winter trees the sun slides on the pond This is a wonderful site; I like the color too!
Egg Habor , NJ USA - Friday, December 24, 2004 at 04:58:07 (MST)
Lynne Steel
Hllsboro Beach, Fl US of A - Thursday, December 23, 2004 at 13:00:00 (MST)
i have a quote on my screen saver from mm: 'after my writings and paintings i do not say enjoy' © marlene mountain but i confess, after a dud date, i changed "writings and paintings" to "sex with you" - just until the dud left. it is back to mm's inimitable original!
hortensia anderson
NYC, NY Remove the "o" - Tuesday, November 30, 2004 at 12:15:55 (MST)
november rain two glasses of milk and a bowl of porridge
paul conneally
- Monday, November 29, 2004 at 03:49:32 (MST)
This is a site I can come back to over and over again.
Egg Harbor, NJ USA - Thursday, November 11, 2004 at 21:16:04 (MST)
Thank you Marlene for putting all this wonderful work in one place, I plan to return and browse some more soon. Kool site design and I for one will continue to write and enjoy oneline haiku. ron moss
Ron Moss
Tasmania, Australia - Thursday, November 11, 2004 at 16:44:34 (MST)
dorothy howard
gatineau, qc canada - Friday, October 08, 2004 at 20:49:31 (MDT)
A little while ago, I found an invitation to your exhibit called "A Woman's Non-Commemorative Stamp Collection" in Valle Crucis in 1985. I saved it all this time for the female alphabet on the card and because I saw some of your work in Boone and liked it. It's good to know you're still working. Your art is so true.
NC - Wednesday, September 01, 2004 at 09:04:34 (MDT)
Linking lines with you is FUN, FUN, FUN and thought-provoking, too. I love the surprise of many of your responses and have enjoyed our fifteen years of collaboration. Your friend, with love, Francine
Francine Porad
- Tuesday, August 03, 2004 at 10:34:18 (MDT)
When I write on, I loosen up. Free of the restrictions of thinking about how many words are on this line or that, my words flow out. And, when I have written in response to marlene's personal links, her homey details about her garden and her wicked humor inspire me, and my words flow out faster than they do in renku meetings, ginkos or at my desk. You're a mighty, moving mountain, marlene! cs
Carmen Sterba
- Monday, August 02, 2004 at 16:01:12 (MDT)
I failed to mention earlier how influential Marlene has been to my poetry. Her concrete haiku (what Marlene calls her "unaloud poems") in the 2nd edition of The Haiku Anthology by Cor van den Heuvel inspired me to take the concrete poetry I had been writing and to apply it as Marlene had to haiku. My first haiku chapbook, Mountain Climbing, was written as a tribute to Marlene. Imagine my sorrow when her "sn wfl k s," "hoot owl," and (my favorite) "peacock" were omitted from the 3rd edition.
Carlos Colon
Shreveport, LA - Sunday, August 01, 2004 at 19:54:52 (MDT)
I've been writing linked haiku with Marlene since February 1994. Gosh, it's been over 10 years now, hasn't it? She is still one of my favorite writers. We are so different and so alike, so this makes for some unusual poetry, to say the least. Keep tilting at the haiku windmills, Marlene! Just don't fall off your high horse. :) Love, Carlos
Carlos Colon
Shreveport, LA USA - Sunday, August 01, 2004 at 19:42:52 (MDT)
hi mm it's josh your site looks very you have somthing about me¿
josh wills
- Sunday, August 01, 2004 at 11:52:17 (MDT)
Big site. I'll be back later. Angie
- Sunday, August 01, 2004 at 11:40:59 (MDT)
marlene . . . a brave and gifted woman . . . dearest friend love
jeanne jorgensen
- Sunday, August 01, 2004 at 10:46:20 (MDT)
For years I laboured under misapprehensions of what haiku was or could be (I believed my underinformed teachers who said it was a "5-7-5-syllable poem"). Then, when I read the second edition of Cor van den Heuvel's The Haiku Anthology, most of the poems confronted my misunderstandings, for nearly all of them were not 5-7-5. Especially Marlene Mountain's -- her work was so different, fresh, and boundary-breaking. Something else was making these poems work. I'm particularly grateful to Marlene for her inimitable poems, many of which were so different from my expectations for haiku that they helped jar me into a deeper apprehension of haiku and helped attract me to join the walk down the haiku path. Here's to Marlene Mountain, a unique pioneer of American haiku.
Michael Dylan Welch <[email protected]>
Sammamish, WA USA - Saturday, July 31, 2004 at 22:44:36 (MDT)
a full moon and i'm barking up the wrong tree again- -love you, my sister
karma tenzing wangchuk
Tucson, AZ USA - Saturday, July 31, 2004 at 20:49:24 (MDT)
marlene mountain you rock much love /s
sheila windsor
worcester, england - Saturday, July 31, 2004 at 01:54:25 (MDT)
leapin' lizards... what if every word's a kigo... thanks for all your creativity marlene.
cindy tebo
- Friday, July 30, 2004 at 21:47:20 (MDT)
marlene i appreciate your work ~am in awe & grateful
suhni bell
gatineau, quebec- Friday, July 30, 2004 at 07:32:49 (MDT)