Poems

“I am both verb and ocean…”   – The Taxidermist & The Cloud  (Copper Nickel)

“Sometimes his flesh responded in the most surprising ways.”  – The Orangutan (Redivider)

“How would you like to be a zero…” – Binary  (Green Mountains Review)

“I stood to pour myself a glass of something strong…”  – In the Book  (Virginia Quarterly Review)

“The smile of a boy flitted across his face…” – The Date  (Blackbird)

“I’d rather not mention the resemblance to prostitution…” – Oil and Ash  (Guernica)

“The body is a book and we the words.”  – The Body  (The Literary Review)

“Astronomers are merely paleontologists of light.” – Dirt  (Thrush Poetry)

“The smell of frying food hangs in the air for hours…”  – Report From Beyond (The Literary Review)

“The sound a bluejay makes, if it were a color, would not be blue.  – Nine Possible Observations to Consider  (Booth)