Susan Lacovara

Gold Star - 5,284 Points [Peace of My Heart] (1963 / New York)

Susan Lacovara Poems

1. Unbleachable -new- 9/27/2016
2. Dished Out -new- 9/27/2016
3. Stronger Today -new- 9/27/2016
4. Wooded Thoughts -new- 9/27/2016
5. Again Yet Again 7/14/2016
6. To Think You Look For Me 7/14/2016
7. Bear -new- 9/18/2016
8. Guidelines -new- 9/18/2016
9. Irrigation 4/24/2016
10. In The Bottom Of Her Change Purse 4/24/2016
11. Gray Brown Blue 4/24/2016
12. The Whole Of Him 4/25/2016
13. Paper Cup 4/26/2016
14. Rose Campions Return 5/11/2016
15. Post Marked 8/25/2015
16. The Velvet Ropes 8/25/2015
17. Team Effort 8/27/2015
18. She Blows By 8/27/2015
19. Apricot Picnic 8/27/2015
20. Beyond The Brush Of Clouds 9/11/2015
21. Take This Day 9/11/2015
22. An Army Among The Mute 9/11/2015
23. Spot Remover 9/13/2015
24. Skywriting 9/26/2015
25. Wrapped In Pseudo You 10/28/2015
26. Try As You Might 10/28/2015
27. The Return 1/13/2016
28. Give Away 1/13/2016
29. Spider In The Drain 1/14/2016
30. Where And When Rain Falls 2/4/2016
31. Catnapping 2/4/2016
32. Clutter If Honest 2/4/2016
33. The Sea Of Someone Else 2/4/2016
34. Snow Day Delicacies 2/5/2016
35. Scents And Sensiblity 2/8/2016
36. Scents And Sensibility 2/8/2016
37. Take Off 2/8/2016
38. Those Two 2/8/2016
39. Slight Of Hand 2/23/2016
40. Worn Edges 2/23/2016
Best Poem of Susan Lacovara

Artist Alone

It is not with the sadness,
Nor madness,
Of Van Gogh
That I exclude myself
On winter days, in February...
Neither is it with the passion
Of Mc Kuen' s loneliness
That prompts me to feed
The returning gray cat...
Surely it isn't the same
Broken hearted heaviness
That took Dali' s spirit
Makes me question why
I surrender
To the paleness
Of my room, unattached
To another's heart....
Tis merely my own poet's prison
That paints my starry starry night.

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Hand-Me Down

Give me back the worn shirt
that once, I thought your favorite-
so I can wrap myself in it
on days when I forget how you smell
or how much we loved each other
or what it felt like to be warmed
in your embrace
after being caught in a sudden rain

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