From The Encampment Of Heartstrife, A Sampler Of Poems As An Autobiography
There is another world, but it is inside this one.
- Paul Éluard
I think poetry must
I think it must
stay open all night
In beautiful cellars - Thomas Merton
Childness let's have us honey
flame intended, names smeared
upon the glass, an accidental
pane, hands touching delicate
as trespass what is allowed
lace of vision.
One touches the other which touches me
I am become a massive bird
a wobbling kite of tallow and tin
a bruised three-blade fan
petroleum ... more »
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