Joseph Donald McClatchy

[J. D. McClatchy]

Joseph Donald McClatchy Poems

1. A Winter Without Snow 1/20/2003

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A Winter Without Snow

Even the sky here in Connecticut has it,
That wry look of accomplished conspiracy,
The look of those who've gotten away

With a petty but regular white collar crime.
When I pick up my shirts at the laundry,
A black woman, putting down her Daily News,

Wonders why and how much longer out luck
Will hold."Months now and no kiss of the witch."
The whole state overcast with such particulars.

For Emerson, a century ago and farther north,
Where the country has an ode's jagged edges,
It was "frolic architecture."Frozen blue-

Print of extravagance, ...

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