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On the Excarnations of the Gods

by on Oct 7, 2014 in Poetry | 0 comments

The rush of water pushes time, eating the shore and exposing it, tugging the bodies of stones back and forth across unmarked lines of life and death, time and tide. Sometimes they gasp in the air and sometimes lie under clear and peaceful blankets measured in fathoms measured in beats of...

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Cairn by Dark by Cairn

by on Jul 1, 2014 in Poetry | 0 comments

Read the conversation the stones have to make the wall. Read their will. How the low passage humbles you warns you what you must give up to enter here: when you crawl, it’s your first–born child; when you stoop, it’s the best year of your life; when your bones crack hard enough to make...

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