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Four Sonnets for Monica Hand

Ægis

Jay

Take These Words

Ego as Deduction (Agnes Martin Speaks)

Preacher

We Raise Our Hands for Mercy

The Rules

From This Broken Symmetry

The Ruined Saint

Poems from the Archive

Apricot Time


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shot of the interior of a craggy cave, lit up with red and orange light.

Harrow


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How Long the Long Winter


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Apocalypse Love


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The First Horse of the Apocalypse


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landscape of stony crags and green grass, an area of yellow from the sun.

He Weeps among the Clare Antiquities


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The Key


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Blessing


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Port-au-Prince


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image of a woman with her face towards the camera and the sun behind her back, illuminating a large tree. she is in shadows, the hint of light on the side of her face from the light of the sun. in front of her flies grass, swirling around her in the air.

Yes, a nameless quietness…


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March: Saint John the Divine


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The Window


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Lent: Deformed Pussy Willow


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close up image of a grasshopper seen from underneath, presumably floating on a glass.

Don’t beckon yet!…


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[My brain is like a millstone]


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May My Right Hand Forget Me


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When I Meet You


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The Raising of the Bells


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She Waits


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close up image of salt crystals all jammed together, looking like tiny square textured mountains of ice.

Three Small Elegies, on Leaving Gotland


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Being the Song


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Colloquy


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Glowworm


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Sentence


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Poverty


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Divine Wrath


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Sometimes I Am Permitted


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We All Came from Somewhere Else


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Ars Proverbium


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Egypt’s Grief


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Tuesday: Rhubarb, Lattice Crust


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Return to the Beginning


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Monday: Peach


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Into the Chambres of Dora Maar


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Self-Portrait as a Lighthouse


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In Cutaway


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Lascaux


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Naming the Thirst


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Sunrise Insomnia Service


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Mennonite Wings


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Cellar Door


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Some Small Bone


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Beginnings Again


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Again to Port Soderick


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First Thoughts about God after Spying a Speckled Trout Eat a Green Drake


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Slaughterhouse Pond


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Rumspringa


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Mappamundi Ouroboros


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Making Dinner I Think about Poverty—


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Notre Dame


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Altarpiece


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are you my god


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Imperative


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The Perfectly Transparent Splinter


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Vespers, Gordes


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“Remember Me as One Who Woke Up”


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a collection of wine glasses, short and squat glasses, and a clear vase-shaped glass for water sit on top of a black table. the rims of rounded elegant black chairs sit on either side of the table.

Elegy for William Carlos Williams on the Eve of His 125th Birthday


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Fool Plow


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Your Face Has Always Been Peppered with Moles


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For the Virgin of Sorrows


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