Persephone drags /
her hands along the tunnel wall, casually /
staining herself. Her milky skin /
Chinook winds gusting to 80 km/h /
This afternoon the wind's /
on a barometric rush /
ripping the last ...
The Uncertainty of Machines
"It's funny, don't you think, how time seems to do a lot of things? It /
flies, it tells, and worst of all, it ...
Energy can be neither created nor destroyed. /
A body at rest tends to stay at rest, a badger /
He Used it to Button the Jacket
the day my stepfather cut his thumb /
off, he walked into the garden /
where my mother was dead-heading the ...
the animals dream (1)
"What do geese dream of? /
Of maize." /
-Sigmund Freud, The Interpretation of Dreams /
inside his ...
If we stand together beside the lake…
If we stand together beside the lake /
on a spring afternoon, the breeze /
will hold out its many cool hands ...
Dog-star on the brain
Barometric saraband: triple-time dance of the thermometer, heat /
You fumble for meaning in ...
Scenes from a Spiteful Business
I. Pressure /
start in midair, say, on a plane /
the change in your ears as you descend--the ...
under the sun
Rain is the merging of cool air with warm /
under general conditions of humidity. Try to remember /
it has ...