Richard Bunch

Richard Bunch Poems

1. Existential Predicament 7/5/2005
2. Unveiling 4/8/2005
3. Sequoia 2/10/2007
4. The Port Of San Francisco 5/3/2008
5. Blue Jays Filled With Sunlight 9/12/2008
6. The Winners 10/3/2008
7. Red Sun Disappearing 1/15/2009
8. A Circle Of One 3/29/2009
9. Canoeing 5/17/2009
10. When Music Dreams 7/24/2009
11. Beachside Haiku 7/25/2009
12. To Savor 7/18/2006
13. Veins 9/28/2007
14. Brief Bios 7/4/2008
15. Pressure 8/17/2008
16. Painted Desert 3/7/2005
17. Two Haiku 12/28/2004
18. Today 11/12/2004
19. Seawind In The Plums 4/12/2008
20. Women At The Russian River 5/31/2008
21. Poppies Gathering 9/5/2008
22. Sky Blue 1/24/2005
23. Rain 3/29/2009
24. Dangling 6/7/2008
25. Composition 6/14/2008
26. Degrees Of Green At Goat Rock 5/9/2008
27. The Native Returns 11/11/2004

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The Native Returns

After so many winters, the summer’s
Sun swims these worn hands and brightens the wine-
Shouldered hills. Coming home, no more going
Far, far away, I bring these memories
To a living end, one to remember.

A horseshoe tops the door of knotty pine,
Still exiles fortune’s shade. Yet home’s steep climb
From the past presents some memoried signs:
Eucalyptus odors, moss-ancient oak-
Once were these lost. Now nostalgia’s sired
Eyes find poppies on a hill’s leafy bed.

Such roots consume me, for they are love’s yoke
Where all’s remembered as ...

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Existential Predicament

Our voices no longer tend to unison
In these boats drifting across dark waters,
No renaissance culls an older wisdom
From city lights or pain’s empty daughter.
We are drawn from the earth, broken, skewered,
Shrunk to puppets, faceless, a mere maybe.
Here can we barely survive the sewers
Wave away newly-unearthed galaxies.

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