Robert Slingerland Mullens
Biography of Robert Slingerland Mullens
B.A. in philosophy, Northeastern University, Boston Massachusetts 1970
Robert Slingerland Mullens's Works:
An Inspector of Snowstorms and other poems
Robert Slingerland Mullens Poems
Is That You?
Is that you? Seated, the motionless, Black haired girl.
An Inspector Of Snowstorms
What is there in this snowstorm? So close to my door, it's on the porch. Accessible as any desert to a Bedouin.
The inventor is an artist of the road, Which he builds, from the turning In the parts that he finds.
A Little Girl's Words
A little girl's words Are like dolls, All together at a party. Fancily dressed in curled lines,
It is a road, The easiest way, From one place, To Another.
Enjoying its last footless dance, The Autumn rain falls like a warm soap. Where there is room, water sits, And braces for the winter's rent.
Liver And Heart
We know someone, Who mines his liver, And heart, And sells this,
</>Narcissus wrote a poem, Nine lines, two stanzas, A good short poem.
It is a road,
The easiest way,
From one place,
A hard surface,
Obligations, and frantic,
The road is a narrow,
Rolling with hidden,
And all the adventure,
Of new cities,