Cord Moreski is a Poet from New Jersey. Moreski's work has been previously featured in Decades Review, Haunted Waters Press, Venture Magazine, On Fire, The Coaster, and on Blue Ridge Blues (Ashville FM) . Moreski has recently released a new collection of poetry entitled Capricious & Other Poems. more »
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Cord Moreski Poems
I walk these streets of familiarity- in a shore mile town that I call home, which resides along the craggy seaboard where it married the vast Atlantic before I was born.
Flipping through pages of bent and bounded loose leaves, my eyes discover you like a bruise on paper flesh,
Oh, how it pleasures me when our eyes suddenly connect as we pass each other along sun battered streets of machinery and foundations of rubble, traveling aimlessly towards daily destinations which only our erratic feet may lead.
I Cannot Help But Notice
the vivid scenery of mountain ranges that blush in the very summits of your eyes,
My life is the seasons. Each day, spontaneous in its own defense.
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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I walk these streets of familiarity-
in a shore mile town that I call home,
which resides along the craggy seaboard
where it married the vast Atlantic before I was born.
How these footsteps have inched
with spent time and scraped knees;
my feet stroll over pavement,
tattered with punctured arrow hearts and initials
that were chiseled in wet cement of you long ago.
I venture off of Benson onto Main,
where crooked corner signs introduce themselves after every block,
leading me to Victorian dwellings and dime stores
that stand ...