POEMS

from Late Empire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 









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from Lost Alphabet

 

 

 


from Radio Crackling, Radio Gone


 

This is Our American America Here Is Our Son | Poets.org
Turned Back the Disaster Comes Back
I Want to Save This Whale
To the Left of Boom
Air Rights
Wrong Question

Night People | Boston Review

Possibility of Repair | Bat City Review

Where the Use of Cannon Is Impractical | Poets.org

Then They Ate Their Horses | A Public Space

All These Constellations Are Yours | The Awl

Ready Regret | Linebreak

Nothing Good Gets Away | Connotation Press
Severe Clear
Look Not at What You Might Hit but at the Space into Which You're Trying to Captain Your Ship

Five Poems | PEN

Consider Yourselves All "Debbie" | The Awl

The Symptom Pool | Birdfeast

Blue Stragglers | Ampersand Review
Unknown Beloved

 

 

The Famed Clipper Ship Is in Flames | Vandal Poem of the Day
Themselves Performing Small Brave Acts
Smaller Devices
Notes from the Wilderness
To Where
Elegy
Control Group
The Brain Is an Operations Center
This Is a Test of the Internal Emergency Broadcast System

Space Junk | Poetry Daily

Deserter’s Information Center | Narrative magazine

Different Habitats Make for Good Neighbors | Glitterpony
Furniture Music
This Waking Life II

 


Receding Sphinx | Verse Daily

White Spring | Poets.org

From This Vantage Point Your View Will Be Clear | jubilat
 

 

Dear One Absent This Long While | University of Texas Austin

That Magnificent Part the Chorus Does About Tragedy | Narrative magazine

In the Meantime | Read a Little Poetry

Another Story with a Burning Barn in It | Poetry Foundation
Radio Crackling, Radio Gone
The Hypnotist’s Daughter