michael pacholski


michael pacholski Poems

1. Maps, Travels, Contours 7/30/2007
2. To A Statue 7/30/2007
3. Lifeline 11/2/2007
4. Goodbye To The Bakery 11/2/2007
5. Author. Author. 11/2/2007
6. Condition 9/2/2007
7. Fringe 9/2/2007
8. The Kitchen Failure 9/16/2007
9. Prayer Too 9/16/2007
10. Bustle 9/14/2013
11. Optimism 1/16/2018
12. An Instant Of Pie 6/11/2007
13. The Innocent Louse 6/16/2007
14. Statue 6/23/2007
15. Ode To Lamps And Light 6/23/2007
16. Ritualo De Lo Habitual 7/30/2007
17. Wreckage 5/13/2007
18. Should Have 5/4/2007

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  • Sue Ann Simar (5/18/2007 3:39:00 PM)

    Your work has an exuberance that's engaging to the reader (me) .

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Best Poem of michael pacholski

Wreckage

I had a best friend once
and a wife
with beads and blue eyes
the shine on everything
up and down we went
our eyes meeting equally
from time to time

until I saw something
in the dim edge of the horizon
a flower once thought bright enough to blaze
in the spectrum’s dimmest edge
but was instead
nothing but delusion
a dimmer star

I had to leave
I had to chase
I had to see

and so I got off
the bottom of the seesaw

Read the full of Wreckage

The Innocent Louse

The louse can live its entire life
on the curve of a cat’s tail
boring tiny burrows
for homes and suburbs in the flesh
with a body and a system
made for sense
and perception of a world
made of nothing but long cat hair
cat skin, cat marrow and blood