The Craft, a poem by Brad Osborne at presents: The Craft, a poem by Brad Osborne, whose writings cover fiction and non-fiction, and cross most genres.

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19 Responses to “The Craft, a poem by Brad Osborne at”
  1. beth says:

    ah, the man behind the curtain and the birth of a poem

  2. Secret Bree says:

    Gesh this is good. Stanza 3 in particular stands out for me. Love it Brad, truly.

  3. Congrats on another publishing at Spill Words! You got me thinking, literally, how not having a bowl – of any kind – would change my life. I’m glad you form ‘bowls’ because they do change my life!

  4. petespringerauthor says:

    Love this whole piece, especially the notion of taking something like a dictionary or glob of clay and creating something that touches others.

    On a less serious note, I had a flashback of an art class I had to take as part of my degree—talk about a duck out of water. I was in a pottery class with all of these art majors. I’m spinning my clay on the wheel, and it goes flinging halfway across the room and lands next to a cute girl’s foot. It was something right out of a romantic comedy, but instead, I had to walk over and say, “Excuse m, but I think my clay is under your foot. 🤣🤣🤣 Needless to say, I did not get the girl or an A.

  5. Jim Borden says:

    congrats on another poem at Spillwords!

  6. You are spinning and spilling your words in all the right places.

  7. Congratulations! And a most beautiful, intriguing and powerful piece!

  8. jonicaggiano says:

    Bravo, beautiful Brad. Like one of the old masters might write. You certainly got a vote from me my friend right now. I love the comparison, truly beautiful. 🤗❤️🦋love Jonikins

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