This picture is from Chaco Canyon, one of the mysterious places in the world. It was taken by taken by Kevin Michael Davis who was the son of Thomas Davis and Ethel Mortenson Davis. Kevin Davis died nine years ago. …Here is unfenced existence,/ Facing the sun. untalkative, out of reach.
Most excellent day, please introduce me to your spouse. I have for so long been a fan Of the way she smiles, the way she folds her lips against your teeth, so like a tiger, so like The cages and nests those beasts seem to need for your coarse and often boring litany. She holdsContinue reading “Where We are Made”
Every Eve was beautiful. She formed A reflection of a reflection that lots Of people would think of as a home. Every Eve knew that love can tie knots In laughter. She knew that love was like a poem That must live among the living—and outfox The dead. She came to settle, she came toContinue reading “Every Eve”
All echolalias can be real– a cheese, say, a nice smelly Brie— the smell repeated endlessly as to a hungry moon hunger that must be repeatable and repeated, sieved and saved, until the moon makes it true, not only echoed once, but again by two.