Author Archives: Roberta Gould

To the Dogs

“A collection of poems in grateful homage to the animals in our lives with original photos of dogs, present and mythological, that express an enduring intimacy between human and animal and the world they share.”…K.B. Burgin, Editor Metro Midwives Best … Continue reading

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LANDSCAPE

Landscape Ride that protozoan horse through the forest Jockey in your South American dream Whether or not the stones resemble skies the train’s exhalation underlines the mountain One eyed trees peer through their fans do not blink The molten river … Continue reading

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The Demagogue

Scream to the impending storm capture it with your breath cheeks puffed to bursting ready to deflate to nothing nourishing nothing but notions a desire to prove you are bigger than the sky the sky your impediment

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TO THE DOGS

. 39 poems about dogs with 25 photos of dogs present and mythological by the poet http://www.amazon.com/dp/0692588752#reader_0692588752 FlameTree-Bx.44 Skea Rd W.Hurley,NY 12491.$10 p.p.or PayPal: flametree@earthlink.net ”I was skeptical that a whole collection about dogs would work, but you ably gives … Continue reading

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Word Craft

Word Craft The words are dozing resting from work at the nuance factory to regain their original nature after a life time of time and a half Outside flocks of poets lurk nets in hand, ready to flick wrists and … Continue reading

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Thieves, An Oral Nightmare

The Thieves, An Oral Nightmare Why did you steal my teeth when I only wanted to hear the music? If my mind wandered did you have to do your trick make vanish what I’d lived with all my life? They … Continue reading

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Too Late

Too Late The crab you think the tide has churned up for your delectation has no body You crack its shell and sand pours out What’s hollow was heavy with promise when you found it and carried it home ignorant … Continue reading

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