Volume 1, Number 2, August 2003


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autumn breeze—
shadows of wheat
in the waving wheat

asked to guess
I turn my face
to the heavens

offshore breeze—
a girl with wild gestures
where the wave breaks

at the limit of audibility
the rare bird
I’ve just heard of

daylight savings time . . .
raking leaves
into the dark

overnight flight—
how slowly light comes
around the world

city morning
a crane lifts its shadow
up the wall

 

the place i can’t reach itches your absence

hummingbird I stop a moment

the rain the same as the summer air twilight


Jim Kacian
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