Tag Archives: Autumn

In Autumn’s Vase

Glass so thin today, we in the lower bowl are swelled by light and air, clear atmosphere, brilliantly tinted by elm trees a hundred feet above our heads The yellow jazzes even if it’s November’s hour glass; then sands ting … Continue reading

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Autumn Wars and other poems

Last night I came across a lovely autumnal phrase from a Paul Celan’s poem, “Corona”: “Autumn nibbles its leaf from my hand: we are friends.” Celan doesn’t leave it there. “We shell time from the nuts and teach it to … Continue reading

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