Jane L. Carman

Rookie (1967 / Galesburg, Illinois)

Jane L. Carman Poems

1. Stolen Feathers 6/5/2006
2. Snowstorm 6/5/2006
3. Thistle 6/5/2006
4. One Blue Buffalo (Sestina) 6/5/2006
5. Little Boys 6/5/2006
6. A Place With No Name 6/5/2006
7. America 6/5/2006
8. Tripping 6/5/2006
9. Jon Bigawn 6/5/2006
10. The Baby Girl Speaks To The Spoon 6/5/2006
11. America, America 6/5/2006
12. Our Father 6/5/2006
13. Luke 6/5/2006
14. Cocoon 6/5/2006
15. Grandfather 6/5/2006
16. Spring Sestina 6/5/2006

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Spring Sestina

it’s nearly noon and the sun slices
through the thick spring fog, dark
with winter’s gloom, heavy with fatality:
the spent daffodil’s bloom, the cut
tulip whose bulb shrinks into earth,
the dew worm mining to the surface,

the bittersweet-bellied robin surfaces
through cold air, the flight slices
until stick feet meet warm, wet earth
as eyes scan lawns and ditches dark
with winter sleep, the worm cuts
through to the robin’s charge, a fatality

among spring’s chalk marks of fatality
struck against the papery surface
of birch bark, each stain ...

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Stolen Feathers


Eight yellow legs
bent and motionless
wait for a victim
to land
on a silken plate
the fly fights

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