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Prism, Louise Glück

Prism, Louise Glück

Who can say what the world is? The world
is in flux, therefore
unreadable, the winds shifting,
the great plates invisibly shifting and changing– 942 more words

Louise Glück

Ode to Louise Gluck

I’m writing an ode to my favorite poet, Louise Gluck.  To join in the fun, come and celebrate the three year anniversary at d-verse poets pub… 373 more words

My Poetry

Cynthia Huntington's "Horse"

A horse stood alone in a pasture, the grass was high. The
horse’s heart was empty. The deep sameness of things held
her peacefully. Because the grass was high she seemed to…

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General Criticism

Best Breakup Poetry (By Female Poets)

I was a little hesitant about posting this because I didn’t want to sound as though I was continuing to dwell on my own breakup. Truth be told, a young friend of mine recently went through a harrowing breakup, and it was to cheer her up that I started digging out the poetry that helped me four months ago. 776 more words


Louise Gluck

From Louise Glück “The Drowned Children” 1980

“You see, they have no judgement./ So it is natural that they should drown.”

“Therefore/ the rest is dreamed, the lamp, the good white cloth that covered the table, their bodies.” 58 more words



“You may be as different as the sun and the moon, but the same blood flows through both your hearts. You need her, as she needs you…” – George R.R. 159 more words

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