Monthly Archives: July 2012

On the way to work

The usual. Cows’ mouths suckle grass, while a horse necks hay. From a distance, they are so still, like a portrait of themselves. Then, in the foggy dawn, a fallen stop sign crumpled on the road is a pool of … Continue reading

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A man’s pain

A man’s pain I measure pain because it counts. Men crawl to me on broken knees, withhold tears that worry brows. I can’t fix them though I honor their wounds and words— girders, cranes, splitters. For them, I hold the image … Continue reading

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