‘clouds, mist find solace in the canyons of the Santa Catalina Mountains’
from ‘The Place Where Clouds Are Formed’, in Where Clouds Are Formed, by Ofellia Zepeda (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2008), p.5.
‘You want I’ll be irreproachably/ tender no man but a cloud/ in trousers’
from ‘A Cloud In Trousers’, in Electric Iron, by Vladimir Myakovsky, trans. Jack Hirschman and Victor Erlich (Maya: Berkley, 1971), np.
‘Deers / on the main road: display solutions beyond STAR FURNISHINGS and all wildness ROCKED in/ Styrene LADIES of Honour with some ground…’
punk faun, by Redell Olsen, (Oakland: Subpress, 2012), p.11.
‘By his own scythe, the mower mown’
‘Damon the Mower’, in ‘The Selected Poetry of Marvell’, by Andrew Marvell, (New York, Signet Classics, 1967), p.80.
‘Lightly you lope, pale deer, lifting / A story from pages of snow’
‘Of Mule and Deer’, in This Isa Nice Neighborhood, by Farid Matuk (Chicago: Letter Machine Editions, 2010), p.1.
‘we are both swans in the same pond/ wrapping our long black necks around each other/ until it hurts.’
‘Magazine Stand’, in Fjords vol. 1, by Zachary Schomburg (Boston MA: Black Ocean, 2012), p.12. Continue reading Only Openings