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. An Instant Of Pie 6/11/2007
12. The Innocent Louse 6/16/2007
13. Statue 6/23/2007
14. Ode To Lamps And Light 6/23/2007
15. Ritualo De Lo Habitual 7/30/2007
16. Wreckage 5/13/2007
17. 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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Should Have

I should write one more poem for April
and one more for the rain while there is still
something called rain
because it might vanish, the philosophers say,
and there are no promises of more.
The month is almost done
another minute gone and spent.
Lately I have been dreaming
of everything I haven’t done yet -
hills not climbed and lovers not kissed
minds not probed and strangers left untended
and cold in their gray metal park beds

the sciences I do not know
people whose eyes I don’t meet and will never see
a hand not shaken is a remaining ...

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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

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