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River or Rock? at Topology Magazine

My poem River or Rock? was posted at Topology Magazine today!

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Alternative Facts: Escher Meets Kafka

One of my poems was posted on The New Verse News. Along with last week’s current events, the Escher lithograph “Ascending and Descending” partially inspired the poem (not the image they posted with the poem).

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After Paradise

After Paradise After Joel Sheesley’s painting of the same name. Everything in its place, the carefully ordered refuge from a chaotic world radiates routine. A jail-bar striped comforter locks away passion. Bare floors, stripped and buffed, reflect the veneer of … Continue reading

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Man on a Journey

Man on a Journey After Joel Sheesley’s painting of the same name. The man poses in front of the monument, freezes time, preserves a memory to linger over in his dotage. But this isn’t the Great Pyramid or the Lincoln … Continue reading

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The Seduction

The Seduction The adirondack stands watch upon the hill, a lonely sentinel overlooking the meadow, the Queen’s Guard protecting the palace as ambassadors of the heavens and forest emissaries come to consult. Resolute in the afternoon sun, the temptress tenders … Continue reading

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