Maxine Chernoff

(1952 / Chicago, Illinois)

Maxine Chernoff Poems

1. Granted 3/21/2016
2. Lost and Found 3/21/2016
3. Scene 3/21/2016
4. [without a listener] 11/11/2016
5. AMBLE 11/11/2016
6. BLACK 11/11/2016
7. Breasts 11/11/2016
8. Kill Yourself with an Objet D'art 11/11/2016
9. Scene 2/8/2018
10. Granted 2/8/2018
11. Miss Congeniality 2/8/2018
12. [without a listener] 2/8/2018
13. AS IF 2/8/2018
14. LOCATION 2/8/2018
15. Emergent 2/8/2018
16. SHE SHOWS YOU WHERE TO LOOK 2/8/2018
17. BENEATH THE FORM 2/8/2018
18. CARE 2/8/2018
19. Breasts 2/8/2018
20. BLACK 2/8/2018
21. AMBLE 2/8/2018
22. Lost and Found 2/8/2018
23. Kill Yourself with an Objet D'art 2/8/2018
24. Event 2/8/2018
25. Emblem 2/8/2018
26. Afternoon 2/8/2018
27. Future 2/8/2018
28. Semblance 2/8/2018
29. Miss Congeniality 1/20/2003

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Miss Congeniality

Even as an embryo, she made room for "the other guy." Slick and
bloody, she emerged quietly: Why spoil the doctor's best moment?
When Dad ran over her tricycle, she smiled, and when Mom drowned
her kittens, she curtsied, a Swiss statuette. Her teachers liked the way
she sat at her desk, composed as yesterday's news. In high school she
decorated her locker with heart-shaped doilies and only went so far, a
cartoon kiss at the door. She read the classics, The Glamorous Dolly
Madison, and dreamed of marrying the boy in the choir whose voice
never changed. ...

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Scene

The cinema is a specific language.
— Christian Metz

What the body might guess,
what the hand requests,
what language assumes
becomes amulet,
which is to say
I am carrying your face

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