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Tag Archives: Lisa Alletson
Weather crackles across the willows— a bride in green with weeping hair Guests arrive, lemons and cuckoos baby trees with limbs barely there Blue gums forfeit a debut dance The groom falls ill in a fever tree A matriarch of … Continue reading
We dance down the limbs of Parisian streets into the fountain-night. Shimmy ourselves across cobblestone-gray giggling “husband” and “wife.” Pigeons peck in, to gnaw on our feet, eating our toes like crumbs. Red umbrellas on empty patios sway in a … Continue reading
Cold air isolates an ambulance siren, shattering the corduroy silence. In the forest, a fox cub coughs its first breath. I can know these things, but I cannot know you. You, the blue that escapes when a glacier rolls. A … Continue reading
raven oceans wave over wave caress anemones men cease ascension across eons venus erases moons sun-wars raze macrocosms were we weavers or carvers once cure-summoners or coarse sons now raven oceans cover our sermons our vacuous crowns Lisa Alletson grew up in South Africa and … Continue reading