“Soon the foliage around our house is made of mirrors.”
—John Gallaher and Kristina Marie Darling
“Close your eyes. Watch out. Invader. / Invader. That year was a long time ago. It’s happened. Air.”
“Can you describe this valley of ash?”
Scott Howard’s “Mere Bog” morse code.
Scott Helmes’ “Sonnet 26-II-14.”
All parts of Word for/Word 27, published late February, and including a selection from my poem “Notes on,” an erasure/collage piece. Another selection from “Notes on” will appear in an upcoming issue of DIAGRAM.
(“Soon the foliage around our house is made of mirrors.” ——that image, what pleasure I get thinking about it. Verdant mirror—they reflect the house, sky, sunlight, the viewer herself, in moving fragments.)
[ Image: "Notes on 11" (rescan) with new smudging. ]