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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

Hirudo Medicinalis


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I Am Poured Out Like Water


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You Couldn’t Believe as I Did


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Advent


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By Other Names


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Houghton Lake


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When God Dreamed Eve through Adam


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Fishguard Harbour  


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Canticle of the Sleeping Child


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How Long the Long Winter


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Hail, Spirit


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Making Cents


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Spontaneous


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Orpheus in the Garden


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Question for My Father


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[You bind my hands with saliva]


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Radiance


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How the Band Becomes One Body


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Sharing a Painting


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Being the Song


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Byzantine Gold


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Absence Blooming


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When I Meet You


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Hymn


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First Kiss


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The Teachable Moment


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The Perfectly Transparent Splinter


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Confirmation Man


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Leeks


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Lascaux


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Church Bells


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Fool Plow


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Creed in the Santa Ana Winds


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Quantum Physicists in a Night Garden


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The Yes


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Salt Wife


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Again to Port Soderick


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Cotton Mather Examines Four Children Afflicted by Witchcraft


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I Stand and Knock


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Annunciation


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image of a well-lit forest of tall pine trees with no off-shoot branches in the background. In the center of the image is a dark pine with two hands clutching it - you see that man stands behind the pine and grips the tree like he's trying to hold on.

Common Prayer


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The Language of Flannelgraph


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Stuart Devlin’s Sculpture


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School


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Stalwart


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Still Alive, with Crows


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Salt of Sodom


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My Father at Eleven Years


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I Said to God, “I’m Thinking of You”


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The Window


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Anti-poetics


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In Praise of the Ladder


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Irenology


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Into the Chambres of Dora Maar


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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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Canticle of the Cherry Tree


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Every One Such as I


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The Age of Loss


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Doubt at Easter


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In the Beginning


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