heat prickles skin halfway to itch— stick in wire halfway to dry, halfway to rot leaves still still
Note: This post was written as a reflection for a course in the Professional Certificate in Online Education program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
lightning curls in itself current—like lagoon like sky— my eye can’t send the colors turned the clouds fast enough to name until it all goes dark beyond the gray
Until the twentieth century, organized distance education was primarily vocational in focus, with courses in shorthand, stenography, mine safety, and home economics being prominent. In the late nineteenth century, a few exceptions emerged (often targeting less privileged groups such as…
warmth & lemon linger in laundry and blue mist night
grey paws on grey -striped cheek—kitten tries to draw cat into his fight