A Poem By Rebecca Kosick
by Mark Bibbins, Editor
Once in the dark cold and water-table bliss
or blue of the fractioned and visible land
for the tiny halves of most lives
where the country and the city and the pantry all converge
For a time the slice had misshapen
the way it melts in the
tiring sun of the day the stitches
whose low deep voice made a
just entangle of the whole rotting fruit.
Goats and the milk which comes and lies
and numbering and circle sorts.
I can’t receive my petition my
hesitancy because one knows
is a slimy and cheap oak clock
Spanish is the reemergent fine-time and the
tight rope slither and link
The vagrancy or relevancy but
mostly it’s the dream of mothering
I make a perfect and terrible woman
when fire’s in the soaring lifesuit of the pace
and like insert of an eagle is much the way
I met the man named Americo Ferrari which
surprised me sounding so much
the space and the luxe in both parts
Rebecca Kosick writes and translates in Ithaca, NY.
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