Tag Archives: Adam Day

Smallest World

Finding a way and life. Web of soil, words just nature’s bird silent body; petrel flying underwater. From sink to river we go quietly. Adam Day is the author of Left-Handed Wolf (LSU Press, 2020) and Model of a City … Continue reading

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Experience Body

Cut the cream of an auk’s egg. Whale shore – boat’s pilot designed to vanish continuously. Nice teeth, fine hands; wrecked teeth, rough monk’s hands. Adam Day is the author of Left-Handed Wolf (LSU Press, 2020) and Model of a … Continue reading

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Orchestra of Dependence

Twenty-year-old invisible neighbor and his pregnant wife watched death going by; she wasn’t on horseback; she was screaming. Fiddle the moment neighbor’s house is burning. And if the fire lasts a decade, or three, or if the house is down, … Continue reading

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