Tag Archives: Poems from Eyedark

Sauvage Shores

(For David Nagler) The long heavens The long exceptions Flowers in focus before the dark horizon The present that nothing could prevent As for my part… I stumble anytime I enter a room I trip over the change in light … Continue reading

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Myself Left Over from Yesterday

I used to be in asbestos abatement, not a bad racket for a hologram to be in. Then, one day, the law enforcement came along and it was conscious love against the aging all over again. King David was quoted … Continue reading

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[Borders from frogs rivers from frogs…]

Borders from frogs rivers from frogs Egypt from frogs… Do your hands take the place of frogs?

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Poem: Mid-Fantasy Frog

…so
glass eggs in a drifting landscape and I
are drawn by salt in
the mirror to a nurse in
tolerant white Continue reading

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Poem: A God Who Is Still Making Up His Mind

A God who is still making up his mind buys a lot of mirrors is hoping for a snow day or at least some time to sit around and read. A God who is still making up his mind doesn’t … Continue reading

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Eyedark… (a poem)

…so light is healing itself of the when in the well; In the well, Eyedark, a moon state of lunatic clear sounds, emerges.

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Poem: [Seeking an immediate response…]

Seeking an immediate response I tell her we are salted with fire. She said nothing all night… Then, because it was cold, I told her The police and slaves have made a fire Beneath the laurel tree. And it went … Continue reading

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