The Undertaker's Daughter
"Poems that stick with you like a song that won't stop repeating itself in your brain, poems whose cadences burrow into your bloodstream, orchestrating your breathing long before their sense attaches its hooks to your heart." --Washington Post on Captivity
A memory of the future: I see my father after his death ; My dad & sardines ; On a picture of the Buddhist monk Pema Chödrön ; On the revolution of the Jersey cows ; The new pet ; The Telly cycle (For Telly the fish ; Special ears ; Another poem of a small grieving for my fish Telly ; On the reasons I loved Telly the fish ; Because I was good to Telly in his life ; An apology to Telly the revolutionary) ; When the goddess makes love to me ; Untitled ; The night I stopped singing like Billie Holiday ; When I touched her ; The iris and chicken fat ; Lighting the tulips ; Gershwin ; A little prayer to Our Lady ; To a cruel lover ; Cherry blossoms ; How Craig Foster enabled me to write the poems I'm writing now & gave me this voice
The undertaking: The exigencies of form ; The undertaking
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