Monthly Archives: March 2017

Slants [for Emily D.]

Having said nothing all morning Do we spread our hands on the table, Palms down, the tea steaming between them, Knowing no way to measure silence? Truth has a certain downward slant Slightly more like gray light falling Through a … Continue reading

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From My Easy Chair

I hear the geese have been heard Overhead again Now winter’s hasty winds have slowed. I hear the brittle teeth of ice Break upon the shore, Leave slumping dunes like sunken gums behind. And out in Tracadie gulls gossip now … Continue reading

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