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  • Wet And Your Lips Wet And Cold
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    Runaway There are sparkles of rain on the bright Hair over your forehead; Your eyes are wet and your lips Wet and cold, your cheek rigid with cold. Why have you stayed Away so long, why have you only Come to me late at night After walking for hours in wind and rain Take off your dress and stockings; Sit in the deep chair before the fire. I will warm your feet in my hands; I will warm your breasts and thighs with kisses. I wish I could build a fire In you that would never go out. I wish I could b...
  • Their Butts And Smokey The Bear
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    How Poetry Comes to Me It comes blundering over the Boulders at night, it stays Frightened outside the Range of my campfire I go to meet it at the Edge of the light Online Source For All Ah to be alive on a mid-September morn fording a stream barefoot, pants rolled up, holding boots, pack on, sunshine, ice in the shallows, northern rockies. Rustle and shimmer of icy creek waters stones turn underfoot, small and hard as toes cold nose dripping singing inside creek music, heart music, smell of sun...
  • Your Own Boom Ba Boom
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    Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note Lately, I've become accustomed to the way The ground opens up and envelopes me Each time I go out to walk the dog. Or the broad edged silly music the wind Makes when I run for a bus... Things have come to that. And now, each night I count the stars. And each night I get the same number. And when they will not come to be counted, I count the holes they leave. Nobody sings anymore. And then last night I tiptoed up To my daughter's room and heard her Talking ...
  • 1987 Robert Creeley Online Source
    496 words
    Still Life Or mobiles: that the wind can catch at, against itself, a leaf or a contrivance of wires, in the stairwell, to be looked at from below. We have arranged the form of a formula here, have taken the heart out & the wind is vague emotion. To count on these aspirants these contenders for the to-be-looked-at part of these actions these most hopeful movements needs a strong & constant wind. That will not rise above the speed which we have calculated, that the leaf remain that the wires be no...
  • River
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    TAKE THIS RIVER We move up a spine of earth That bridges the river and the canal. And where a dying white log, finger-like, Floating off the bank, claws at the slope, We stumble, and we laugh. We slow beneath the moon's eye; Near the shine of the river's blood face, The canal's veil of underbrush sweats frost, And this ancient watery scar retains The motionless tears of men with troubled spirits. For like the whole earth, This land of mine is soaked... Shadows together, We fall on the grass with...
  • Online Source
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    ONE FOR ALL NEWBORNS By Thylias Moss They kick and flail like crabs on their backs. Parents outside the nursery window do not believe they might raise assassins or thieves, at the very worst. a poet or obscure jazz Musician whose politics spill loudly from his horn. Everything about it was wonderful, the method of conception, the gestation, the womb opening in perfect analogy to the mind's expansion. Then the dark succession of constricting years, mother competing with daughter for beauty and lo...

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