Things that I want to see more of in poems

(Any suggestions as to where to find the following most welcome)

  • Robots
  • Superheroes
  • Dinosaurs
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Contemporary practitioners of blank verse
  • Robot superheroes
  • Robot dinosaurs
  • Hindu mythology
  • Urban Australian Indigeneity
  • Robot dinosaur superheroes
  • Monkeys punching dinosaurs
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8 comments on “Things that I want to see more of in poems
  1. Annerliegh says:

    My son creates amazing dinosaur poetry… he’s four.

  2. Adam Ford says:

    I can go as high as a picture of a monkey punching a dinosaur…

  3. Annerliegh says:

    An artists gotta eat…

  4. Adam Ford says:

    Why thank you. And I’m not procrastinating – I really want to see your son’s poetry.

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