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Circular Poetry Contributions, Letterboxing

Circular Poetry Contributor: Mark William Jackson

This contribution to the Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. project is from Mark William Jackson with his piece teardrop, which first appeared in volume 1 of REM Magazine. Mark says this of the connection between the poem and the project:

The obvious theme of my poem is the circularity of life – weakness to strength, slow to fast to slow, strength to weakness; extending on this is the “what goes around comes around / you get what you give” simplified concept of kharma – take a stamp, leave a stamp!

Mark William Jackson poem

You can find more of Mark’s work at his website.

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Discussion

6 thoughts on “Circular Poetry Contributor: Mark William Jackson

  1. Great to see this poem here Mark!

    Posted by gnunn | July 3, 2013, 10:51 pm
  2. I love how your poem works, Mark. Thank you..

    Posted by Julie Lynch | July 8, 2013, 7:57 am

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