Will Reger has contributed several poems to WIZ. You can find his bio here .
Photo by Shane Anderson via Wikimedia Commons, courtesy of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Tagged: Mormon arts, Nature literature, Nature poetry, Will RegerFiled under: Mormon nature literature, Mormon nature visual art, Nature literature, Nature poetry
Astute readers will note that the fish in the image is neither tiny nor scaly, though it is, indeed, a fish. But Mr. Reger signed off on it, and there is some lovely interplay between his little dreamy gem of a poem and Anderson’s dreamy gem of a photo.
I like both.
The poem does not appear to appear. Faulty link?
It’s showing for me. Perhaps because it is a jpeg, to accommodate the formatting, your browser isn’t happy. I suggest trying another browser: Firefox or Chrome. Let me know how you go.
Fixed now, I think. Sorry about that!
Reads like a charm.
I love the whimsical feel to this…making a starfish into a wishing star.
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