Tag Archives: poetry

The Western Sky Is

The western sky is Mediterranean and The east is polar

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Shadows Climb the Blocks

Shadows climb the blocks Gray overtakes apricot The moon faces west

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I Will Stay Until

I will stay until The hateful sky fades to black And the lights come on.

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A Yellow-clad Block

A yellow-clad block Cuts a rectangle from the clouds that will soon rain

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A Cell Phone Tower

A cell phone tower Light on its eastern faces Turn off airplane mode

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Thank You for the Clouds

Thank you for the clouds the birds that fly across them And the winds that move

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The Sky Develops

The sky develops Behind the corners of blocks From midwinter night

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Leaving the Garden

Leaving the garden. Last year’s plants in this winter. Gray and brown and green.

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Dead Leaves on a Twig

Dead leaves on a twig They will cling all winter, but Buds will dislodge them

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Hoarfrost on Branches

Hoarfrost on branches Fog above and snow below Black wood in between

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