Astropoetica: Why, Sky?, by Andrei Dorian Gheorghe

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Combining poetry, science, stargazing, people-gazing, looking outward, and looking inward, Astropoetica is quickly becoming one of my favorite new poetry journals. 

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. slpmartin says:

    Thanks added it to my reading list. 🙂


    1. I’m glad you liked! Sorry, I’ve been a bit out of circulation recently. I’ll be back shortly.


  2. Jamie Dedes says:

    Thanks for the suggestion. I just finished a poem on this, which will post tomorrow, I think. I love this photograph.

    For some reason, your posts are not coming up in my reader. 😦


    1. I haven’t posted much this month. . . not sure why my reblogs don’t repost. Did my latest show up? It might be something I’m doing wrong when I reblog.

      I’ll check out that poem!


    2. Jamie Dedes says:

      Nothing came up. I don’t think reblogs will come up and I don’t think they come trhough in emails either. Maybe that’s the probllem. I just realized I hadn’t seen anything from you and just decided to check out your blog.


    3. Oh my goodness. Despite it not showing up in your reader, that post was shared on Facebook 13 times! This makes me happy. 🙂


    4. Jamie Dedes says:

      That is happy news. 😀


    5. Couldn’t find a place to comment on your blog, but I really enjoyed the poem. I’ve been working on one about an Astronomer, and I have many moon poems, so I may have something to submit to Astropoetica yet.


    6. Jamie Dedes says:

      Will be on the allert for it.
      I only open for comments on Sunday, thuogh there is a page “I Take Comments” that is always open. Have reason!!! …
      Poem on and be well, David, and thanks for your visit.


    7. Ah! Okay, I follow you. Thanks for helping me on the tour. 🙂


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