Speaking of Facebook, Lilliput Review now has a presence there and it has been a pleasant, informative, exhilarating experience. There is a lot to be learned, exchanged, and enjoyed for any poet or magazine/press. For anyone already there, stop by and give me a shout. For those who don't have an account, take a look. It's worth it.
Also, on the shiny, glittery Internet front, I'm starting a new project, since I don't have enough to do. Inspired by David Lanoue's use of his Kobayashi Issa archive on Twitter, the 140 character limit social networking cite, I'm going to start a Poem-a-Day Project, one from each Lilliput issue, backwards from #166 through at least #2. Today's "tweet" features the poem "she mentions ..." by M. Kei from issue #166.
Finally, something of an anomaly that I stumbled upon the other day: a two-line poem by Robert Frost. Enjoy.
The Secret SitsWe dance round in a ring and suppose,
But the Secret sits in the middle and knows.Robert Frost