Zorika Petic

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Zorika Petic's poems range from nature idyll to moral anguish, from dominion to the solace of land, from the war against nature to the war against ourselves. These wise, luminous poems move us to live within nature's design and find a measure of peace. more »

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Best Poem of Zorika Petic

Abandoned Houses

Abandoned houses are
illusion reaching
its end;

wind and rain and time
root for the

They have the calmness brought
by defeat,
the bearing of farmers

who are whittled
and resist no more than

See how easily the earth
takes them back:
an eye here,

a bone there, the same rite
as with the animate.
The open windows

are in the flight path of night
tired and bound
for home.

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