Dailies: March Fourth & read poems about garlic, a lantern, a ghost walk, & education


Garlic – Robert J. Levy 

is wafting from your pores tonight as you sleep,
a déjà vu of this evening’s supper
of pesto Genovese.

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Ghost Walk After the Resurrection – Chelsea Dingman

I hear the clatter of hands inside
my chest & breathe silver
air like tacks, as I pry open
barn doors. I want to climb

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To David, About His Education – Howard Nemerov

The world is full of mostly invisible things,
And there is no way but putting the mind’s eye,
Or its nose, in a book, to find them out,
Things like the square root of Everest

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My Lantern – Marianne Moore

The banners unfurled by the warden
Up high in the air and sink down; the

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