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Tag Archives: Miriam Sagan
torah of morning of noon of dusk of midnight of moonrise of daytime gibbous moon flood water torah of terror of anarchy of forgiveness fire in the water a dog a child bent street signs torah which unrolls the story … Continue reading
a gray house with a turret cloud-running sky (view from my bed) poppies, so intense red black stamens I travelled a long way to do nothing hummingbird moths purple bell flowers red ants swarm beneath the threat of rain the … Continue reading
the little town is named for the solo rock formation— Huerfano—an orphan my mother came upon her father once crying in the garden at seventy, he’d just realized he was an orphan irritated as I am at God and … Continue reading
house on stilts water bird thought— these things can walk away my bad right leg a mangrove swamp hope— these things also. Miriam Sagan is the author of twenty-five books, including the poetry collection Map of the Post (University of … Continue reading
1. My best friend and I are in Iceland. Kath says—this looks like Wyoming. It does not, I say. I point to the lava fields, the geothermal plant billowing steam, the kilometers of red pipe. Nothing like Wyoming. Look at … Continue reading
At sixteen, it would sit smoking in the high school parking lot condom in pocket I’m somewhat surprised you’re still dead after all this time and not come back to me as I’m sure you’d prefer I’d admire the gray … Continue reading