After 11 and a half years of writing newspaper poems and after a little more than 3 years of writing them for the Orangevale View, I have to at least take a break from creating new ones.

For everyone who’s supported my poetry, thank you. You gave more than I anticipated, and I appreciate this a lot. For anyone who may be interested or new to my works,

info about them can be found on my website at http://zfthrimej.wordpress.com .

Thanks for listening,

Z.F. Thrimej

Relating to Easter and April Fools’ Day, and over at my other blog, I posted a list of my poetry submissions that got published.

That post is also self-promotion (because at this moment I feel shameless). For those who are interested, you can check out the list via the following link:

From Easter to April Fools’ Day: a list of the 58 poems by Z.F. Thrimej that got published by Orangevale View.

Dark squirrel on a branched web: not taken for granted. High is where it landed,

can dodge any damned threat.

Dark squirrel on a branched web: not taken for granted.

Maybe it can swing on a branch that is slanted

(from a tree that is firmly planted).

Nuts may be scanned for or demanded

by a squirrel squeaking real candid.

High is where it landed, can dodge any damned threat.
Maybe it can swing on a branch that is slanted (from a tree that is firmly planted).
Nuts may be scanned for or demanded by a squirrel squeaking real candid.

Alternate line:

High is where it landed; it’s tough to understand it.

While i have not posted anything new on this blog for a while (since i don’t have any recent photos to share yet),

i’ve been more active on my other When Deadlines Become Zombies blog (where i post my more recent thoughts and poems that are not accompanied with photos since i’ve already reached my photo-posting limit there). That blog can be found via the following link: http://zfthrimej.wordpress.com . For anyone who may be interested, check it out.