Poems

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  • Embraced

    I have visited an ancient redwood and heard it creak
  • At the perennial exchange

    At the perennial exchange, you will swap half a hosta
  • The Living and the Dead | Arrest Warrant

    I already came here several times this year, aside from the pilgrimage
  • Two Poems by Julia Nemirovskaya translated from Russian by Boris Dralyuk

    The thought that we might
  • Like Body

    one light series    discrete
  • Nursing Home

    She had dreams fifty years ago
  • Handel in London, 1741

    Wedged in a chair near the open window,
  • Morning Hunger

    Why not in the icy clarity of morning,
  • Head of a Woman with the Horns of a Ram

    I used to curse the sidewalk ice
  • It may well be, behind your back – one need only look back | Out of the crimson dawn one third the size of an icon’s

    It may well be, behind your back – one need only look back –
  • NOTES ON SILENCE

    The racket of birdsong wakes me at 4am, before first light.
  • December, First Frost

    A small green house sits beside the highway, fading into maple shade.