Tag Archives: George Moore

Emergency John Ashbery Poem

Normally I would not admit this, the bodyguard at the door is proof, but then with blindness comes a kind of tenderness too, the club being, as it were, only half-full. Or is it rather half-empty, this room with all … Continue reading

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Emergency Maya Angelou Poem

I start out walking without knowing where I will go, or who I go for. The sound of water tells me it too runs without knowing an ultimate destination. In water, I am more than simply free, I am wet … Continue reading

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Emergency Billy Collins Poem

Tonight I see the moon for the first time, an eyeball somehow distorted by my grief. But let’s not talk about that here. I feel like most men feel, only a little less at home in the suburbs, more out … Continue reading

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