Daniel Brick

Gold Star - 70,045 Points [none] (June 10,1947 / St. Paul MN)

Daniel Brick Poems

41. A Poem In Two Parts Inspired By Parsifal Of Richard Wagner 5/17/2016
42. An Appreciation For Elizaveta 6/15/2016
43. What They Say (For My Friend Baharak) -new- 10/17/2017
44. Orpheus 9/19/2017
45. Listening To Sacred Hymns By Gurdjieff 9/22/2017
46. A Speculation About The World's Fate 8/31/2017
47. Acts Of Faith From The Gospel Of Luke 8/13/2017
48. Ancient Music Now 8/14/2017
49. The Prophet's Message 7/24/2017
50. What I Experience 7/20/2017
51. Gruppen 1955-57 / Carre 1959-60 7/22/2017
52. Storm And Peace 7/15/2017
53. The Free City 7/9/2017
54. A Time Before 7/10/2017
55. The Prophet's Summer Discourse 7/12/2017
56. On The Path 6/18/2017
57. The Artistic Impulse A Sonnet 6/21/2017
58. Two Watchers 5/30/2017
59. Open Wounds 4/28/2017
60. Two Political Speeches And A Hermit's Monologue 5/4/2017
61. A Parallel Air 5/17/2017
62. A Lesson In Love A Sonnet 3/20/2017
63. On The Long March 3/18/2017
64. On An Ancient Battlefield 4/10/2017
65. Losing August In Memoriam: August Wilson 1945-2005 4/29/2014
66. The New Life: First Stage For Marie 8/25/2014
67. I, Cronos (Inspired By The White Goddess Of Robert Graves) 5/13/2014
68. In The Beginning... (An Alternative Account) 5/13/2014
69. The Goddess Awakes 6/26/2014
70. The Failed Dance 5/28/2014
71. Charles Baudelaire In Extremis 6/26/2014
72. Odin's Farewell 2/22/2014
73. Three Angels On Earth 3/9/2014
74. The Mullahs 4/18/2014
75. The King's Banquet 4/18/2014
76. Witness 2/11/2014
77. Garvin Heights Winona, Mn 1/10/2014
78. 'Hieros Gamos' 2/2/2014
79. The New Life Second Stage For Marie 8/25/2014
80. The New Life: Fifth Stage For Marie 8/27/2014
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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September Comes

In summer, you were stunned
by green things blooming, bronzed
by heat released from every inch
of sky, carried across blue thresholds
by random winds. Oh, how you felt
this is the season of Forever!

'Come hither, ' urged bright morning
and you complied without a care.

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