DANGEROUS KNOWLEDGE You thought she saw your god the other night. Her quick step, the tilt of her upturned face— Something gave away a sinister
Faithfully Yours We keep our superstitions Like umbrellas, neatly handy All the old, familiar lies wrapped up in ribbons All the heartbreaks boxed, like candy.
Sunlight on Plants I notice the plants as I lean to lift the venetian blinds every morning—how bright their greenness becomes with the sudden shift,
When Heaven Falls to Heaven When heaven falls to heaven And rain streaks down to meet Its rippling grey reflection, The sleek fish rise, and
Americana Sonnet A deer carcass, throat slit, hangs from a limb. We all know death, raised alongside it, buck head mounted on the wall, eyes
The World Is a Comma Rhyme ‘twixt reason and truth ‘twixt treason Lies within honesty and farming off-season Greatnesses small and minutiae lot Masters of