Monthly Archives: October 2017

Ogham Poem: Muin, the Vine

It tangles the feet – the wine, the vine the sourness of the ferment, the word we heard on the wind: Love me! Love! Pay no mind to the ox from the plow, the neck bent over the twining trunks. … Continue reading

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Poem: The first time I flew

My feet often lift from the ground, so light am I in my dreams. For years I have ranged over ceilings and roofs, treetops and clouds. Once, when I woke up I was sure I could still do it – … Continue reading

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Poem: Deadline

All those weighted words and pressed suits “Amazing Grace” droning through the chanter will not turn back time to the deep night after a naïve young reporter showed up on an East Brunswick stoop to return a blurred photo showing … Continue reading

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