Modesphere

Unbuild this house
in my sleep, call it
your own dream.

In a minute,
it will be
tomorrow.

Any old hypotenuse
from there to here
will do.

Fracture makes
pure fact
in due time.

Sheila E. Murphy is an American poet who has been writing and publishing actively since 1978. Murphy is the recipient of the Gertrude Stein Award for her book Letters to Unfinished J. (Green Integer Press, 2003). Her most recent book is Golden Milk (Luna Bisonte Prods, 2020). Reporting Live from You Know Where won the Hay(na)Ku Poetry Book Prize Competition from Meritage Press (USA) and xPress(ed) (Finland). Also in 2018, Broken Sleep Books brought out the book As If to Tempt the Diatonic Marvel from the Ivory.

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1 Response to Modesphere

  1. L.K. Latham says:

    Now this is how l like to learn about maths.

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