Eric Keegan’s latest chapbook of poetry and “blurbs” was a fun and delightful little read. I thoroughly enjoyed his preface/introduction:
“The little things mean plenty, and what keeps those things from growing too big for their own proverbial britches, well… I guess that’s just something we need to sort out for ourselves.” Eric Keegan, itty bits, vol. 2
I like how he took the mundane, everyday stuff and turned them into something funny or introspective and beautiful. This is a lovely little read to amuse you and come back to for reflection and pleasure.
Some of my favorite poems included: Motivization, Sewn Singularity, At Moonfall, Stuck in the Middle with Cashew (I can relate!), Cloud Puff and the Next Fluff, Youthful Reflection, Many Hands Maintain a Home, Oddities of the Standard and A is for Awesome.
Check out Eric Keegan’s blog too: Blank Pages of Mine
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