Tag Archives: Children
4-24-16 Tender cotyledons rise through wet decay – Sons of wood, to synthesize the Sun of May. Beside, the recumbent matriarchal bole Bares wistfully her weathered, mossy scroll. Our silent footfalls pause, advance, and pass: In one brief and hallowed … Continue reading
11-23-13 Close my eyes from weeping At this scene. Unclench my hands Against themselves in fierce and steely, Vain restraint. He will hold the boy As purchase for her salty flesh; Call the boy’s name to whisper Sultry pleasures in … Continue reading
09-21-13 …and what was light and bright and airy drifts Suddenly away behind these heavy eyelids, Vanishing into a vast enclosure collapsing in Under the weight of a burgeoning, vague lucidity. Ah, I am awake How now so dark? So … Continue reading
It’s the saddest thing in the world.
05/30/2012 On hand and knee one-eyeing Keenly low the carpet plane For vagrant Lego orphans, Panther-like he pounces Boulder-like he lands Latching firmly my stiff back. Yesterday I held him whole One-armed: proud, invincible Patriarch. Today I am compressed Thudded … Continue reading