Anthony Weir

(13th September 1941)

Poems of Anthony Weir

1. 8/6 5/13/2006
2. A Cold Eye 5/7/2006
3. A Dublin Poem 4/18/2006
4. A la Recherche de Paul Verlaine 4/9/2006
5. A Mound of Refuse 5/7/2006
6. A Path in Lake Waters 5/6/2006
7. A Voice from the Mirror 5/7/2006
8. About Wisdom 6/1/2006
9. After the Sinking (portrait of Padraic Fiacc) 5/5/2006
10. All Souls Day, Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val 11/2/2006
11. Alone, by the river Aveyron (after Tu-Fu) 5/25/2006
12. Alphabetical 4/11/2006
13. Anti-poem 4/25/2006
14. April 2006 (in memoriam Sarah Teasdale) 4/20/2006
15. Armageddon, after all, is a fairly small hill 4/29/2006
16. As a Dream of a Night Vision 5/6/2006
17. Asperger meets Alzheimer 6/7/2006
18. Beached 5/6/2006
19. Beauty and Despair 4/20/2006
20. Big Bang 5/9/2006

Consumer

I went out to buy contentment
and came home with bulls' testicles.
I went out to buy transcendence
and came back with a mobile phone.

The vileness of money
is that it turns stupidity of desire
into virtue.

I listen to time coughing and watch
the wolf in the Institute being
flayed to the bone.

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