Jim Harrison
Am I as old as I am? Maybe not. Time is a mystery that can tip us upside down. Yesterday I was seven in the woods
from the book Jim Harrison: The Essential Poems / Copper Canyon Press
Gregory Stapp
Love will be activated when birch tree (A) grows to a height where, when leaf (B) releases in fall and wafts down to porch (C), crow (D) is inspired to caw and to take the leaf in beak (E) back to nest (F) where the leaf ages and withers into heart's shape (G)
Chessy Normile
You proceeded to play the most terrible music. Love hath made me stupid.
Gabriel Chávez Casazola (translated from the Spanish by Morgan Harden)
Today the axis of the world has moved ten centimeters to the left or right who knows but tonight the poets wander unsettled

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