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Two Anthologies

This past week saw two new anthologies appear in my mailbox. The first to arrive was the latest from Vita Brevis Press, Nothing Divine Dies— The Poetry of Nature. The editor, Brian Geiger, was gracious enough to include one of … Continue reading

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The Ideal Muse

The Ideal Muse I love you so I’ve kept you away My adoration is pureunadulterated by the banalI don’t know the sound of your sighsthe smell of your sweator if you smack your lips while eating For years I’ve watched … Continue reading

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Allegro & Adagio

I just got my copy of Allegro & Adagio, Dance Poems Vol. II. It’s a beautiful book with hundreds of poems about all things dance. If you’re about to begin the annual frenzy of consumption, you should definitely consider this … Continue reading

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Something Inexpressible

Swirls of masked dancers, barely aware themselves, confused and competing, leading, jostling, following, no reason. We dance to beat the heart, to rush the rivers, push the wind, and fuel the fire in our core. We don’t know why, we … Continue reading

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