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Following are links to several of my poems online, a few flash fiction pieces (very, very short stories), and links to my two poetry collections, The Beauty of Listening (2013) and The Human Experience (2007). I hope you enjoy them.

(loosely organized by topic)

The Modern Art of Conversation (The Beauty of Listening)
The Problem with Interrupting (A Cautionary Tale) ;) (The Beauty of Listening)
The King's Pawn (The Beauty of Listening)
The Doorway (The Beauty of Listening)
The Beginning (The Beauty of Listening)

Wrds (published by Your Daily Poem) (The Beauty of Listening)
The Ordinary Life of Amazing (The Beauty of Listening)
A Swell Time in 1929 (The Beauty of Listening)
The Cobbod Cold (Published by Morgen Bailey) (The Human Experience)

Writing Life:
A Novel in Verse (The Beauty of Listening)
The Wrong Writing Circle (Published by Morgen Bailey) (The Beauty of Listening)
The Novel (The Beauty of Listening)
Novel Ideas: A Sequel to The Novel (The Beauty of Listening)

Life & Time:
Morning with Time (published by Grey Sparrow Journal)
The Human Experience (The Beauty of Listening)

Night Flights: Amelia Earhart's Dreams (The Beauty of Listening)
Lunching with Helen (The Human Experience)

Inspired by Photos & Other Visual Arts:
Last Days
The Bow Frog
Meditation (Published by Spank the Carp Journal)
Striking Sunset
A Monumental Pose
Dog Day Dreams

Inspired by Poems:
Poetry on the Shelf (on book spine poetry) (The Beauty of Listening)
Sailing Through the Poetverse - a 100-line poem quoting 99 poets, from Sappho to Seuss
The Green Wheelbarrow published by Grey Sparrow Journal (response to The Red Wheelbarrow) :)
The Jabberwock's Wife (a postscript to Jabberwocky) (The Beauty of Listening)
After Christmas - (a postscript to The 12 Days of Christmas; also published by Your Daily Poem) (The Beauty of Listening)

Love and Longing, and a Love Poem to the Reader:
The Rings (The Beauty of Listening)
Two Poets (The Beauty of Listening)
Snowed In (Published by Morgen Bailey) (The Human Experience)
You and Me (The Human Experience)


Micro Stories:
I and You (A Third-Person Story about Two Characters Named I and You)
Escher's Drawing Room (Up-Down the Staircase with M.C. Escher)
Pieces (Published by Sleet Magazine)


With Awl My Hart: In the book, E-Z Spelling, I include a poem to show the shortcomings of spellcheck. Read the spelling poem, With Awl my Hart, here.

Sound Cloud: Visit my SoundCloud page for poem recordings (staring with two poems by one of my favorite poets). :)

Poet Tree: This is here partly because I like the idea of a poet tree under a sound cloud, but also to invite you to this poet tree in Scotland.

The Million-Line Poem is an open-source poem project by Tupelo Press, building couplet by couplet, open to all. To see the poem, click here. Here’s are two of my couplet contributions, based on the context at the time…

………The taste of prey, sweet as a prayer,
……On the tongue of the hungry hawk

…………How many moments of silence and lines of poetry
…………will it take to guide this world’s old soul to peace and empathy?

(To add your couplets, find guidelines here.)


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The Human Experience (2007)

Paperback: $9.95

In The Human Experience, you’ll meet an artist rendering life in a small cube, old fashioned lovers in kodachrome colors, a gifted apostrophe, a contemplative clown, an ape man, a little thief, and more characters who share this condition of ours—this "brief, miraculous, frightening, enlightening human condition."


“Humor is a strong element in Diamond's poems, an attribute that makes any poetry book more user friendly.” Kay Day, The Writer,
(, Crossing Genres from Journalist/Author to Poet, March 22, 2007)

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The Beauty of Listening (2013)

Paperback: $10.95; Kindle: $3.99
Other Ebook Formats)

In The Beauty of Listening, you'll hear from paper dolls and monsters, find writers at work and words at play, and a see from a wide spectrum of perspectives. 
Linda Eve Diamond's poetry in The Beauty of Listening sweeps me off my feet—her funny (yet dead serious) musings on the fate of the word amazing, her ardent eavesdropping into the secret lives of paper dolls, her still, quiet verses that speak volumes. The book itself is as beautiful as the poems within.” Fred DuBose, Editorial Director, Reader's Digest General Books (ret.)

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