Marc Awodey Poems
- Our Empty Sea 1. Under our empty sea a turquoise world ...
- In This Field Queued workers process in silent rows wearing ...
- A Laughter Of Fugues As a laughter of fugues coaxed nature ...
- The Seasons Vagrant ghosts found passage home guided by each...
- Wednesday Pictures of Wednesday flourish untouched by a ...
- September In a curvilinear spell autumn reconnoitered ...
- Arcturus The flinty constellations of each hemisphere curl ...
Marc Awodey (November 4, 1960 -- October 13, 2012) was an American contemporary artist and poet. His poetry collections include "Telegrams from the Psych Ward" (1999), "New York; A Haibun Journey" (2003). and "Senryu and Nudes" (2008) from Kasini House Books. He also authored the collection of essays "Art and Machine: 95 theses" (2004) discussing his poetry vending machine project of the late 1990s. Awodey's paintings can be found in the Vermont State House collection and in many private collections throughout the United States. A prominent solo exhibition of his paintings was held in the lobby of the Vermont Supreme Court from January 13 through ... more »
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In a curvilinear spell
autumn reconnoitered hillsides
beneath dove clouds.
Summer was more than lustrous.
Teal threads fused beguiled moments
into an elaborate delusion
under August's decoupage.
Canary birch leaves
and rouged maples must soon turn
beneath hazel limbs
to uphold winter's grim paradise.