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Katrinka Moore


Archipelago



Round

the dark pales, then
a red seam opens the rim
and headlong settles into unrelenting

radiance, sealed by another red line,
black izle-filled sky, some-
times moonlight

days and nights, this crossing


Hoodoo



Escalante

Ancient shore, sand
stirred by incoming
tide, turned to stone

How your feet feel
on this ledge, its
rippled face, how air
touches your skin, how
light from all sides
reaches your eyes

Aspen toss yellow
leaves into blue sky


Wall






Katrinka Moore has poetry and art in the forthcoming Pelekinesis Sampler.

Her website is http://katrinkamoore.weebly.com/.
 
 
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1 Comments:

Blogger Elizabeth Poreba said...

The poems are airy and solid like the constructions - no dull mortar, the spaces between cohere by silence to build more than the parts.

6:19 PM  

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