Eliot’s Tears is a poem-a-day blog by poet, Jason Holton. It is intended as a meditative and creative act each day. By sharing them I’ve found a great deal of inspiration and discipline.

This is how I interact and react to the world I view. Of course if you read through them, the world I view is not necessarily the same as the one that others view, I feel like that’s fine. There are a number of themes here but the prevailing one (in my mind) is that of appreciation – for what we have, for what we have earned for what we take for granted and otherwise.

Each of the poems are original, generally having been written the day they are posted. They are all copyright Jason Holton.


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    1. Thanks for the interest but currently I’m just doing this alone. I would like, in the future, to have guest poets, just not yet. I’ll keep your contact information handy to see if you’re interested down the line.



  1. Hi Jason, I think your site’s got beautiful design and such interesting pieces, so I’m following! 🙂
    I really enjoy your poems and look forward to your next.
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