March 22, 2014

Reflections in Lent: With You Wise Men Wonder

—with you wise men wonder and so, too, do I—like fibrous trees uprooted at the seams gone forth their way to die— —but in the forest […]
June 24, 2013

A Poet At His Death

Listen as you read to a poetsdeath. You know, my friend, I haven’t heard the muse chatter in a while—and I haven’t sung sweetly in a […]
March 22, 2013

Matins

It is after stirring from the nag of sleep and by the tug of tea, smelling for all the world like a sea of pine and […]