Joyce Sutphen

Joyce Sutphen Poems

1. The Exorcism 8/27/2014
2. Just For The Record 8/27/2014
3. The Farm 8/27/2014
4. The Aunts 8/27/2014
5. A Kind Of Villanelle 8/27/2014
6. Casino 8/27/2014
7. Evening Angelus 8/27/2014
8. The Exam 8/27/2014
9. Next Time 8/28/2014
10. At The Moment 8/27/2014
11. In Black 8/27/2014
12. How To Listen 8/27/2014
13. Sometimes Never 8/27/2014
14. Older, Younger, Both 8/27/2014
15. Ever After 8/27/2014
16. Living In The Body 8/27/2014
17. Naming The Stars 1/13/2003
18. Crossroads 1/20/2003

Comments about Joyce Sutphen

  • ari anna arena (1/25/2007 11:23:00 PM)


    ) don't know if you ever check in here, but I just discovered your poetry! Eloquent and stunningly lovely.

    Best wishes,

    adri anna

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Best Poem of Joyce Sutphen


The second half of my life will be black
to the white rind of the old and fading moon.
The second half of my life will be water
over the cracked floor of these desert years.
I will land on my feet this time,
knowing at least two languages and who
my friends are. I will dress for the
occasion, and my hair shall be
whatever color I please.
Everyone will go on celebrating the old
birthday, counting the years as usual,
but I will count myself new from this
inception, this imprint of my own desire.

The second half of my life will be swift, ...

Read the full of Crossroads

Naming The Stars

This present tragedy will eventually
turn into myth, and in the mist
of that later telling the bell tolling
now will be a symbol, or, at least,
a sign of something long since lost.

This will be another one of those
loose changes, the rearrangement of
hearts, just parts of old lives

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