Marc Jampole (born July 24, 1950) is an American poet, public relations executive, former television news reporter and political blogger.
Marc Jampole was born in New York City and graduated high school at age 16. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee summa cum laude and received the outstanding student scholarship. Jampole then received a Master of Arts from the University of Washington and conducted independent research at the University of Berlin, Germany on a Fulbright Fellowship.
In the 1970s, Jampole taught French and German language and literature and filmmaking at the University of Washington. He also made several avant-garde films that were shown at a ... more »
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Imaginary Landscape with 29 Birds (After Audubon)
Reptile stalking snake legs balance
whiter feather arching cruelty ending eyes
black-brown scissors poking after lizard slither.
Water ripples moving sand dunes follow
white plumed body backwards happy
neck primed to suck a fly off surface.
Claws embed in dying bird flesh dripping
blood and liver morsels brooding watchful
screeches floating feathers settling cliffward.
Pale cerulean cover clouds with bloodlust cackle
steel spikes slashing deeply into rabbit quiver
huge brown crossing peaks and ...