Lavinia Greenlaw

(1962 / London)

Lavinia Greenlaw Poems

1. A WORLD WHERE NEWS TRAVELLED SLOWLY 2/9/2018
2. AKHMATOVA IN LAMBERTVILLE 2/9/2018
3. HAYSEED 2/9/2018
4. Kata 6/24/2015
5. SERPENTINE 2/9/2018
6. The End of Marriage 10/14/2016
7. The End of Marriage 2/9/2018
8. The Spirit of the Staircase 2/9/2018
9. Zombies 4/28/2015

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  • PEGGY (10/20/2018 12:31:00 PM)

    IS WILD NIGHTS' IN YOUR 1955 TEXT ON EMILY DICKINSON?

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Zombies

1980, I was returned to the city exposed
in black and white as the lights went on and on.
A back-alley neon sign, the first I'd seen,
drew us sweetly down and in to brightness:
A doll's parasol, a spike of green cherries,
the physic of apricot brandy, actual limes
and morning-to-night shades of rum.
Newly old enough and government-moneyed,
we knocked them back, melting the ice
between us and the unaccustomed looseness
of being legitimate and free. What possessed us?
Was it the kick of spirits or the invisible syrup
In which they swam that worked in our ...

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