Cynthia Hogue Poems
|2.||Now Politically the U.S.||2/2/2018|
|3.||From the Book of Dust after Agnes Denes||2/2/2018|
|4.||Lines Drawn with You||2/2/2018|
|5.||The Ecology of the Disappeared||2/2/2018|
|6.||After a Hurricane There's Nowhere to Go||2/2/2018|
|7.||("the unwritten volume")||2/2/2018|
|8.||("to label something something")||2/2/2018|
|9.||("to walk the labyrinth is amazing")||2/2/2018|
|11.||in the meadow magenta||2/2/2018|
|12.||("the lost labyrinth")||2/2/2018|
|13.||("thinking of you")||2/2/2018|
|15.||("I could still call you")||2/2/2018|
|16.||("the green way")||2/2/2018|
Comments about Cynthia Hogue
Now Politically the U.S.
withering their way
into the only
forest . . .
The activist felt certain
the light she saw
round her car
was a message.
I am writing this to ask you to do something
though that would help (not to send a check).
Senator Inouye, Hawaii State Governor John
Waihee say Aloha Wao Kele O Puna.
At first herself
Then she knew why
each night after work
everything was intact
but out of place.
Part of the 'ceded lands' legally dedicated,
it was ...
Lines Drawn with You
after an exhibit of the same title
in the Center Art Gallery, Lewisburg, PA (USA)
Where You are
now you're not
Noting how some