Dailies 6/6/17: rust, betrayal, & letting things go



Lucien Darjeun Meadows – Rust


Out here, where wild gentians twist around rusted cars,
****These yards become indistinguishable—
*******Porch swing, tomato patch, kiddie pool.

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Alice Notley – Betrayal

I keep going back to that word
the French like it trahison the French are partly me
in micro-particular disposition I sing
I’m most fascinated by metaphysical
betrayal and its off-color quarter-tones I mean
I mean it****that a bit of matter could humiliate

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Ron Padgett – For a Moment

It’s funny how
if you just let go
of things they

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No new poem up at Verse Daily today 

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