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Tag Archives: Claire Akebrand
Speaking of apparitions— You are the smoking bough on which the ashes of that sentence flicker. The cracks in your face, where the lightning hit. Claire Akebrand is a Swede who has lived in Germany and Utah. Her poems have … Continue reading
When we aren’t looking, sadness tries on the face of happiness, swipes its cheekbones with blush, slips into its clothes and turns and turns and turns in the mirror, glides its hands over the smooth pants, (they are a little … Continue reading
Stars whisper from one black hole to another. When light reaches us, it is incomprehensible. If it hadn’t come so far, we would consider this no great loss. We turn our heads toward the white noise and imagine which words … Continue reading
The desert sky craves to be contained, like sadness, it booms through the air, over the burned fields. It crowds into the only tree around, into the oak’s barren crown and demands to be grasped, hid, framed. But that old … Continue reading
The song can only be heard by those who wake in the most unlikely hour, in some corner of the night’s barren halls. Its tune: not as dark as the crow’s intent, nor not nearly as bright as the moon’s … Continue reading
Doors. Doors. Doors. Who has seen them? Any? Not one opportunity has revealed itself to me but through floorboards, loose ones, that creak and lift when stepped on. I have found that way three or four happy things that had … Continue reading