NY Weeklies– seen: March, loneliness, & visiting the grave

Duh. I’ve been posting links to the Zapruder columns in the NY Times w/out realizing that the paper’s T Magazine also has weekly poetry postings, always paired w/an art work.  Here’s the latest:


Alex Dimitrov – ALONE TOGETHER

Where I’m writing this there’s an ad for high heaven.
It cost me more than those evenings to see you;
more than a lifetime to see my own face.
Money and time then. Both seem misspent here.

Read rest of poem and see more of “No,” the Marilyn Minter painting based on it




Laura Kasischke  – March

It’s the murderer who got away with it, sitting
on a park bench, thinking about snow

and how it’s over. Little flower-faces peeking
out of dirt to shriek Hello!

Read rest of poem 


Michele Glazer – SEEN

Nature that wants to fill in

the gap the Falls

falls in and the eye falls

on: that

Read rest of poem 


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