Poems

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  • A MORAL VICTORY IS STILL A DEFEAT

    It was late in the year and late in the day,
  • The Muse Writes Luis Jorge Borges A Letter On His 86th Birthday

    The night has entered your eyes
  • Undomesticated

    The large goose does what it always will,
  • The Charter of Effects

    Counsel is a lawyer driven by money.
  • Killer

    When he saw me coming
  • Vernissage

    Survivors of a volcanic explosion, cross-
  • His Side

    Easy now to stand on a bluff and see
  • Swishing Tails of Horses, October

    Mine, says the glorious yearling claiming
  • The Dirty Orgasm, The Eleanor Ross Taylor Poems & Aren’t You Ashamed

    I know what you think. I’m the orgasm poet. I have nothing else to write about. I should stop.
  • THE BEAR IN THE WHEELCHAIR

    The bedside window is cracked a little, for fresh air presumably, and a lopsided venetian blind bangs softly in a
  • The Central

    When we were hungry and my mother was
  • The Alone-Doors

    Don’t try this at home.