One Blue Day

what I write.
what I like.


John Keats, 1819 Charles Brown

John Keats, 1819 
Charles Brown

(Source: sebastian-flyte)

One of the most fascinating books of poetry I’ve read in the last few years.

One of the most fascinating books of poetry I’ve read in the last few years.

Dani Couture, from Sweet(Pedlar Press, 2010).

Dani Couture, from Sweet(Pedlar Press, 2010).

Norah

Some poems by the talented Norah Franklin:

Put your arms behind your back

And I’ll weave mine through those gaps

between your elbows and your ribs

Because this might all be for you

There can never just be one alone

there are always two (or more)

in every word 

You can close your eyes (or not)



Buy it. Read it:"Her skin like water / holds no form, but folds, and folds, and follows / numbly through the hours of a day." 

Buy it. Read it:

"Her skin like water / holds no form, but folds, and folds, and follows / numbly through the hours of a day."