Dailies 11/29: liars, Aerial photographs,Mammoth Cave National Park, & telling one’s child of JFK’s assassination


On First Seeing a US Forest Service Aerial Photo of Where I Live – James Galvin


All those poems I wrote
About living in the sky
Were wrong. I live on a leaf
Of a fern of frost growing
Up your bedroom window
In forty below.

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Redress – Wendy Videlock

It is good practice to call
a liar a liar,

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Notes on the Below – Ada Limón

—For Mammoth Cave National Park

Humongous cavern, tell me, wet limestone, sandstone caprock,
bat-wing, sightless translucent cave shrimp,

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She Tells Her Child of the Assassination – Marjorie Saiser

In November of 1963, you
were all the center of my days
and when I heard on TV

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