Category Archives: Blackberries

I Grew Hungry

Sitting with you, I grew hungry again—though not the way starved men, weak, trembling with ravenous pangs, hunger, gluttonous past reason— my hunger was for the after- table quiet when slow tongues taste coffee, chocolate, blackberries in their warm darkness, … Continue reading

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Blackberry Sonnet

Blackberry Sonnet Blackberries, I’ll study you through lenses of rain beads and dew shrinking under the sun, examine your intersecting spheres of night skies expanding round, plump, taut; find in the dark incidental sea of organic molecules swelling each drupelet … Continue reading

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