Dailies 7/7/17: tennis, the shoreline, cosmology, & glazing a window



Maxime Kumin – Prothalamion

The far court opens for us all July.
Your arm, flung up like an easy sail bellying,
comes down on the serve in a blue piece of sky

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Crystal Spring Gibbins – Credo

I believe in fate of the shoreline—
cattails shattering into seed,
turtles tucked into burrows,
their three-chambered heart.

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Susan Howe – from “Periscope”

If you remember cosmology

there is nothing to stop time

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Jeffrey Harrison – Glazing a Window

As usual, when I begin
I feel as if I don’t
know what I’m doing
and have to learn it all
over again, and sure enough
on my very first pane

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