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Poem of the Week: b bearhart
Posted By Metta Sama On October 6, 2011 @ 10:49 am In Poems of the Week | 2 Comments
He Who Talks With A Fist And The Voyeur
How Hippothales hides
How he hides behind rice stalks
How he is knee deep in rice beds listening
_____as bears migrate
.How migration is manifold
.How it starts to unfold from thigh to ass
.How ﬁngers are ﬁve migratory birds purposeful
_____they move inland
_____one into two
__________into three ﬁres and a dialogue
How he convinces me that everything feels so much better
How he prays.
How two hands steeple.
_____into a pink miigis shell.
b: william bearhart fell from garage rafters as child. he is a direct descendent of the St Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin. he spent a couple years at a small two-year college learning how to be human. he attended Squaw Valley Community of Writers and Bread Loaf Writers Conference in an attempt to find words, friends, connection, poems. his work has appeared in American Ghost: Poets on Life After Industry (2011, Stockport Flats) and online at www.interrupture.com.
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