Daniel Brick

Gold Star - 67,788 Points [none] (June 10,1947 / St. Paul MN)

Daniel Brick Poems

1. The New Life: Fourth Stage For Marie 8/27/2014
2. King Ludwig The Wise Sees His Kingdom As A Clock-Face 1/15/2017
3. We Prophets 2/4/2017
4. Portraits Of Stockhausen No.1 3/6/2017
5. Portraits Of Stockhausen No.3 3/7/2017
6. A Hymn To The Lord In Lent 3/21/2017
7. The Treaty 6/14/2017
8. Two Realities And Two Fantasies 6/19/2017
9. The Book Of Tobit 6/24/2017
10. Tobias's Journey Rites Of Passage 6/24/2017
11. A Time Before 7/10/2017
12. Arabian Nights' Entertainment Revisited 7/15/2017
13. The Angel Of Soul-Love Visits Aphrodite 8/9/2017
14. Your Christian Identity 8/12/2017
15. Heroic Seneschal 8/20/2017
16. A Poet At The Parthenon - No.1 400 Bce 8/24/2017
17. A Poet At The Parthenon - No.2 8/24/2017
18. How Things Stand 8/25/2017
19. Transformations Through Music 8/26/2017
20. The Road Again 9/4/2017
21. The New Life: Third Stage For Marie 8/25/2014
22. Montsalvat After Richard Wagner's Parsifal 9/10/2014
23. The New Life: Stage Six Part One For Marie 8/31/2014
24. The New Life Stage Six Part Two For Marie 8/31/2014
25. A Reading By Robert Bly Wiley Hall Oct.16,2013 2/7/2014
26. Sonya's Visitors 2/12/2014
27. Without Effort 2/16/2014
28. Capriccio 2/22/2014
29. An Ancient Roman Bust (Minneapolis Institute Of The Arts) 4/26/2014
30. The Visitation Of Angels 6/26/2014
31. Thalasar The Conqueror 1/8/2017
32. An Urgent Summons 1/9/2017
33. From The Poet's Life #1 1/10/2017
34. End Of The Sagas: A Hero Beyond Measure 7/30/2016
35. The Journey Across The Night Sea: A Sequel To A Barge Mysterious.... By Emmanuel George Cefai 9/22/2016
36. John Of Kronstadt 11/3/2015
37. Night Thoughts November 26-27,2015 11/27/2015
38. The Latest Campaign A Narrative Poem 4/15/2016
39. A Room Of Radiance 5/10/2016
40. A Poem In Two Parts Inspired By Parsifal Of Richard Wagner 5/17/2016
Best Poem of Daniel Brick

After The Poet's Death

His poems refuse
to mourn his passing, they
detach themselves from
books, magazines, wall hangings
and float freely
in the fair summer air.

Their refusal to mourn is
steadfast. 'He's just changed
his address, ' one of his
first poems says to the new
lyrics. 'He's done this before,
searching for a better place to live.'

'And we always go with him, '
pipes a small poem, barely
audible, maybe not
completed, hardly a poem
at all. 'We are all of us
pieces of his soul, ' booms

the lordly Epic Poem
of 24 cantos. 'We must
catch ...

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An Incident

At the gates of paradise
the caretaker
put down his flaming sword.
The flames scorched the grass
before the moist red soil
snuffed them out.
The caretaker was weary
of guarding the gates
of a place no one knew of.

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