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There’s a lone crow on a power (trip) line, squawking about somethingor other, and we’ve discovered there is nothing left to say. Somehow, we are both here (there, anywhere, nowhere) too lateand too soon. Our only remaining evidence: this chalk outline moon. :: It’s Quadrille Monday over at … Continue reading
image here The crows are contemplating murder(again) , and I am their only witness. ::
awwww, sorry buddy, I say to the quite dead crow on my way into vons. he’s a black asphalt pancake now, but i wonder if aliver-him was there for spice, or salt. not his fault everything’s moving so fast. .. … Continue reading
.. A premeditated murder of smallish crows holds the morning in its ebony breath as they mutilate the sky. .. Also thanks to Grace, found a new fun place to poem – thursdays at ink in thirds. Come play!
.. She knows there are other things to pause and poem (the light in that window there, the flapping rooster man on the corner, the whisper of snails) , but she cannot seem to get past the ebony apostrophes of … Continue reading
(a leaky bit of moonlight) under a dark-haired driven threadbare quilted sky, driven bursts of clawing breath and the muted cry of unglazed small -boned crows dreaming murder, death – muffled blooms and fretful sleep. .. Cool visual … Continue reading
.. this poem is all by its lone -some self, some semblance of assem -bled phrases on a shelf. in a void. annoyed. this poem is a single sigh -lent scream, a scene from a one -act play with no … Continue reading
prompt and awesome visual from over at mindlovemisery.
… Preceding season, the nesting crow (markings of gray and brown) ….is hearing the gulls assemble waiting, expectant eating the body opening in the rock opening in a forest feeding (feasting) upon a sage sprouting corn, investigating a haunch sloping … Continue reading