On the overpass above the QEW, /
we dangled our wishbone arms over the green /
metal rail. Cars coursed like ...
My mother never went outside /
something about the sun, her skin /
so I studied sacred geometry /
and pedaled ...
Products of Scientific Notation
You remember learning the rules— /
for how many figures get to ...
To Twitter, with Love
The body’s strongest muscle is the masseter. /
Found only in mammals, we use it to open & close /
the jaw. This ...
from between my mother’s particular thighs /
her waters broke upon blue-flowered linoleum /
and turned to slush ...
Silverton, July 2007
Borrowed summerhouse, lethargy heavy /
in the rooms: a wall of rusted saws, a /
paperback on every surface, bin of ...
The Last Block in Little India
as she stands beside her stall of mixed /
pickles and chutneys. She nods at passersby, /
the creased skin of her ...
Near rain. The man on the dike is back again /
feeding pigeons full loaves of sourdough /
among other scraps ...
spectacle in the museum of man until 1974
i lock bats in mason jars. /
call it a cruel thing, a bitch about /
to bite thing, but bats-teeth leave /
when you look at me do you see my blood quantum? /
the quantities of who i am poured down /
from generation to ...