日期:2014-09-29 Hart Crane in LA, 1927 Peter Balakian We sat in leather chairs around cocktail tables and the candidates came and went with badges on their jackets, proud and scared, full of knowledge and uncertainty. Everyone was animated as the conversation drift... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-09-04 Zen Sonnet Elizabeth Spires It was April and we were reading the book about Zen you were writing your Zen poems and we were talking about the moment we were in and I was thinking thoughts that were not Zen: how I know too much too little to teach yo... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-09-04 Fox in a Tree Stump Judith Beveridge I gripped the branch and waited in a paddock that ran on over harder and harder earth. Leaving me with smoke and the stick to beat the fox, my uncle drove off. Terror barrel-rode through my stomach. I knew my unc... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-09-04 Midi Les Murray Muscles and torsoes of cloud ascended over the mountains. The fields looked like high speed so new-mown was the hay, then the dark blue Italian lavender met overhead, a strange maize deeply planted as mass javelins in the hoed floor... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-09-04 Lateral Dimensions Les Murray Cloudy night -- not enough stars to make frost haunted house -- one room the cattle never would go in mowing done -- each thing's a ship again on a wide green harbour purification -- newspapers soaked in rain before the... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-08-08 Cosmology Christopher Buckley Most days I find myself considering the encrypted clouds, though, while everything is blue through the boughs of heaven, I know the stars will hardly spell out our names in specks across the enormity(巨大,暴行) of ni... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-08-08 From a Weekend First Paul Farley One for the money. Arrangements in green and grey from the window of an empty dining-car. No takers for this Burgundy today apart from me. I'll raise a weighted stem to my homeland scattering by, be grateful for thes... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-08-08 Ornithology Carol Frost Who else has seen the moment parleying(谈判) snipe on disappearing shoals(浅谈) , wind frothing at their feet, lift in one loud whirring of wings, so the last are first -- a testament time illuminates? How many years ago... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-08-08 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Laura Kasischke The broom closet to another planet. The impending(即将发生的) planetary disaster. The children in their maniac(发狂的) trances(恍惚,出神) . The rockets. The neighbors. The openmouthed spectators. The boy tumblin... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-08-08 The Book of Life Laura Kasischke Pale and naked without their bodies, the souls examine the book in which they hope to find their names inscribed(题写,雕刻) . Made of soap. Now. Made of smoke. Now made of dew and hairlessness. And how primitive,... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-07-18 Shark's Tooth Joshua Mehigan At twilight on the beach I found a shark's tooth. After three days of looking, and then not, I stepped onto the sand, and there it was. It happened as I twisted loose a shoe, impatient to shake off the week's bad luck, a... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-07-18 Sex Perhaps Kathryn Starbuck A half century ago I was a welcoming port of call in a buoyant(轻快的) place, a person to drop in on or drop out of, adrift in a private sea of stormy inwardness, trying to love myself with conviction. The only ideas t... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-07-18 And the Greatest of These Is Love Doug Anderson I saw the Pentecostals when the spirit struck them get out of their van and rush to the downed power line as it popped and sparked, snake-whipping back and forth on the road between two lines of cop-st... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-07-18 The Art of Navigation He set black and white on fire. -- Harry Gaugh on Franz Kline The rugged brushstroke of the dying oak is left standing for a week, limbless as the marriage we find ourselves dismantling. Without leaves or branches to create per... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-06-23 If I Don't Go Crazy David Kirby There's a sheriff's car parked near Emerald Mound, and the deputy is looking down at his lap and smiling, which means he's probably doing what everyone else is doing these days, that is, texting, though I think he's k... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-06-23 Gaius Suetonius Paulinus Mark Ford Gaius Suetonius Paulinus at that time controlled Britain. According to rumor, which loves to pit one man against another, he had grown deeply envious of Corbulo, and yearned to equal his rival's recovery of Armenia... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-06-23 What the Neighbors Know Melanie McCabe What the neighbors know is so small it might fit in my mailbox. I wish they would put it there, unfolded, explicit(明确的) , so I could be certain of what they think they saw, the shaky black-and-white reel t... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-06-23 Always Something Peter Fallon There's always something -- a trail of bindweed(旋花类植物) trumpeting September the length of field wall and worn fences; that clamp of silage(青贮) an ember(灰烬,余烬) on the left as you leave here, smouldering... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-06-23 Lord and Chariot Rickey Laurentiis I say the dead done caught me in a special knot and lured, and dragged me to the interior. I say his face is strange here, a moment cruel but not without its silk, its earned sadness. He asks me to touch it, so I t... 阅读全文>>

日期:2014-06-05 Work Ryan Teitman Some mornings, the clouds settle rooftop low, holding us in place like a specimen slide. I spend my days wondering how a hammer weighs the hand that holds it, or how the starlings apron(围裙,停机坪) the stoplights at Alcatraz an... 阅读全文>>

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