Category Archives: Poem-A-Day 2013

POEM: The Max Headroom Broadcast Signal Intrusion

The Max Headroom Broadcast Signal Intrusion back when we used to watch the same three channels & a pirate could take over the nine o’clock news now a m-m-m-maniac in sunglasses and a latex mask is shouting the names of … Continue reading

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POEM: release

release I slowly open my hands feel its wings flutter against my warm palms see the colors emerge from between my fingers until it is free, flying lifting off into the sky leaving a single feather on the cuff of … Continue reading

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POEM: hunting

hunting the snow has stopped men in black parkas move among the hulks with long handles excavating their most precious commodity water is leaking from somewhere, spreading a slow dark stain the thick glass keeps out the sound of the … Continue reading

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POEM: you

you Dave Von Ronk is singing about John Henry and bamboo. I’m sitting at my desk, waiting for the sun to rise, thinking about the same thing this morning I was thinking about last night. 30 December 2013 State College

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POEM: Sunday rain

Sunday rain awoke to the sound of the rain on the roof I turned to put my arm around you but you aren’t here 29 December 2013 Oak Street

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POEM: this too is science

this too is science there are freckles just below her collarbone like a constellation of tiny stars on flesh when the sun is up she covers them beneath a lab coat or a blanket of unpopular opinions at night, she … Continue reading

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