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2015 Poem Index

All poems are Copyright 2015 by Wil C. Fry. All rights reserved.


Jan. 2 • 22:00:One Point Three Billion Seconds
Jan. 15 • 01:15:Untitled
Jan. 15 • 19:24:To Fulfill A Need
Jan. 31 • 15:42:Risen

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Feb. 11 • 20:22:Just As Bright

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March 1 • 22:27:Stop Thinking
March 2 • 22:43:Fog
March 4 • 23:32:If You Don’t Get It
March 7 • 22:07:Take The Good With The Bad
March 7 • 22:19:Pointless Politics
March 8 • 21:47:The Age Of Science
March 14 • 21:26:53:That Guy’s Brain

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April 1 • 22:33:It Was A Song
April 2 • 22:44:Composed Last June
April 4 • 23:55:Whole-World Problems (‘Fairy-Tale Land’)
April 6 • 23:33:Who Should It Rest On?
April 10 • 22:49:Carried It With Me
April 14 • 14:45:Stardust
April 28 • 23:30:Just One Brain

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May 1 • 11:29:Wasn’t Smiling
May 11 • 15:21:A Will To Rise
May 15 • 10:34:Impermanence
May 21 • 23:07:Changing Hands
May 23 • 17:53:Days Not Wasted
May 29 • 22:27:One More Seed
May 29 • 22:55:Happiest
May 29 • 23:07:A Little Premonition
May 30 • 23:50:Yet Another Dream

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June 7 • 22:09:Anniversary
June 21 • 23:22:60
June 26 • 21:57:The News Tonight

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July 23 • 19:51:The Stain

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Aug. 9 • 23:15:Shared Our Art
Aug. 10 • 10:23:Broken
Aug. 15 • 13:38:Echoes Of Yesterday
Aug. 15 • 14:06:Get Going
Aug. 15 • 14:22:Know Thyself
Aug. 15 • 20:12:Mission
Aug. 16 • 13:34:Near
Aug. 16 • 13:49:Quietly
Aug. 16 • 14:16:Unsad Unbad

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Sept. 29 • 23:25:Next Step

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Oct. 25 • 22:41:Always Be Learning
Oct. 31 • 13:33:Heinous Glee

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Nov. 21 • 14:22:What Does It Mean?

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Dec. 26 • 07:32:Aging & The Cosmos

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I wrote 46 poems in 2015. Through August, it was ahead of the previous year, but fell behind in September. Still, the total is more than any of the twelve years preceding 2014, and more than 2005-13 combined (33). By mid-April, 2015 was already my 10th-most prolific year, and by early June, it was the 8th. This year was 6th by mid-August. By October, I had despaired of surpassing 2014.

Again, there were “spurts”: May 29 (three poems in 40 minutes), August 15 (three poems in 44 minutes, or four in seven hours), and August 16 (three poems in 42 minutes).