Daniel Thomas Moran

Rookie - 40 Points (March 9,1957 / New York City)

Daniel Thomas Moran Poems

1. God 4/27/2005
2. I Love You 1/28/2008
3. Patti Smith Does The Hamptons 1/28/2008
4. Scriptures 1/28/2008
5. When Nothing Happens 1/28/2008
6. The Last Time We All Saw Nannie In Gerritsen Beach 12/27/2008
7. Hilde Of Vienna 4/27/2005
8. Recalling Pipestone, Minnesota, She Said...... 4/27/2005
9. Someday We Will All Have A Blimp 4/27/2005
10. To The Generals 8/29/2005
11. Traveling 8/29/2005
12. Arrhythmia's 9/2/2013
13. Beep 9/2/2013
14. On The Dying Of Amy Winehouse 9/2/2013
15. Distracted 4/6/2015
16. At the Louvre 9/28/2015
17. The Last Supper of Judas Iscariot 1/15/2016
18. It's Like Omg 12/27/2008
19. At Hard Labor 4/27/2005
20. To Debbie After I Had Already Eaten The Octopuses 1/28/2008
21. The Kingdom Of India 4/6/2015
22. My Russian Bride 4/6/2015
23. Thinking About The Death Of John Updike 9/2/2013
24. Come September 9/2/2013

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Come September

Come now, September, faithful friend,
On whose pure, light air do I depend.
Extract the harvest, the wind from fields,
A cloak against winter, a bounty yields.

Take with you, July, its rumbling rains,
August’s glare, which parched the plains.
October will come to paint these leaves,
And draw deep the breath November heaves.

Too soon December comes to brood,
Where life and dying have come to feud.
But, you September whose soul’s the pure,
May your splendid countenance long endure.

Take me along where e’re you go,
Bestow those dreams ...

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I Love You

Since I dared say
those words for
the first time, to you,
they have hollowed,
useless as a goblet
after the wine is drunk.

My throat, my lips
no longer

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