Archive for June, 2008

Darwin‘s Finches


My mother always called it a nest,
the multi-colored mass harvested

from her six daughters’ brushes,

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Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.

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Whether or Not There Are Apples

for D.

I like to take the dress off the line,
the heat still in it.
The heat comes from the whole dress into me,
and the smell of apples,
whether or not there are apples.

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Here, summer


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Two old men had lived together for many years and they had never fought with one another. The first said to the other, “Let us also have a fight like other men.” (more…)

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Scrabble with Matthews

Jerboa on a triple: I was in for it,
my zither on a double looking feeble

as a “promising” first book. (more…)

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Da Capo

Take the used-up heart like a pebble
and throw it far out.
Soon there is nothing left.

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