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Tag Archives: John Sibley Williams
The entirety, yes, and more than shape, texture, purpose, more than the friction of words rubbing against one another sparking meaning, more than meaning, prescribed significance, more than the way morning light plays upon it and the long shadow inherent … Continue reading
I should say no to the air punching through my lungs. No to each shared breath, the severe slope of my shoulders, the world I cannot turn my back to. I should say no to the rain in its falling, … Continue reading
Giant glass shards of a broken mirror sweep sea creatures in and out: somehow always away. Tentacles and gills. Blood in the water. I share too many molecules with what I cannot touch. An entire family bound to memory: on … Continue reading
Days in dead grass pass the same as in dense forests: flat on our backs staring up and in, lullabied by time, relentlessly swelling beneath. Either way, breath unlocks its music. But our fists just keep clawing up soil and … Continue reading
Here is that same poem again. The one you write on calendars as the days ahead tremble, the days already lived vanish and never were. It’s that voice you’ve never heard but recognize in the receiver when someone whispers goodbye … Continue reading