S. J. Fulton

Rookie (NoAB / USA)

S. J. Fulton Poems

1. The Hills Of Aiea 5/14/2005
2. Sonnet To J.L. #1 5/14/2005
3. Sonnet To J.L. #5 5/14/2005
4. Drought Deterred 5/14/2005
5. A Knight Curses God In The 1361 Plague 5/14/2005
6. Song Of The Exiles 5/14/2005
7. Mr. Wenceslas 5/14/2005
8. O Oil Slick 5/14/2005
9. A Woman In A Very Hostile Land 5/14/2005
10. Concerning Joe Mccarthy 5/14/2005
11. The Sixties-Excerpt 5/14/2005
12. Sonnet: To Emily Dickinson 5/14/2005
13. Oahu 5/14/2005

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A Knight Curses God In The 1361 Plague

When I was a young esquire, O God,
as battle raged on every side of me,
I stood upon a hill of heads and limbs
and stared to see you grinning in the clouds,
turning thumbs down on half of us who fought;

Since then, in each gentlemanly war
I’ve glimpsed you slavering eagerly in the sky,
but when I told my comrades of your lust
for blood, they said they hadn’t noticed, Lord,
being too busy with their swords and spears.

From priests I heard that Isaac once lay bound
across his father’s altar, to slake your pride,
and old Elisias called upon wild ...

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