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Summer poems are prolix

Summer poems are prolix, extending tendrilsof metaphor and alliterative allusion; opulentlythey reach out to the reader,to the supposed reader, to the deferential target –to anyone, really – and, carelessly, indulgently,to no one at all. Late summer poems get down,a bit, … Continue reading

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winter blues

The winter blues are a fine color,the color of Charlie Parker and the sky,the sound of fresh snow coming downto tuck in the soul for rest, or maybe dreaming.

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