• Posts Tagged ‘poem’

    Authored by Ann Perbohner


    by  • August 2, 2012 • Poetry • 0 Comments

    I – a student living in Oxford charmed by flavors of Marmite, pub food kippers and afternoon tea by the Cherwell studying the classics,logic the mind-body problem. You – a squash player living in a flat with no bath walking the street with passport in pocket for any sudden urge to travel across the...

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    by  • May 1, 2012 • Dartmouth College, Poetry • 0 Comments

    In the flick of a switch your body turns on itself reacts with flame and fire. Joints and organs swell transforming everyday habits. Stairs eating reading walking breathing talking elements of patience and fortitude. What happens when your body does not know self from not self. Are moods elevated? Does rage increase and sadness...

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    Sweet Oil

    by  • December 17, 2011 • Poetry • 0 Comments

    Smelling fragrantly through the house warm olive oil and garlic. My father taught me love as I’d follow the odor through the hallway to the kitchen. Grown in the Italian sun stirred by my father’s hands we relished olio by the gallons. In Italy I learned to drink the oil as it dripped from...

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    by  • July 21, 2010 • Poetry • 1 Comment

    Cover letter Object to cover my nakedness that was revealed by my poem. Letter which when opened exposes truth, beauty, grit. Submission Here, do with my poem what you will. Simultaneous submission In unison, all of my voices ask to be heard. Manuscript Writings on my self. A container for wandering thoughts. Contact information...

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    Librarian Instincts

    by  • June 26, 2010 • Poetry • 0 Comments

    Like a cat who circles before bedding down or the stag-horn beetles in territorial mating fights the dog who bats around a bird once flying freely. I corral a thought here catch a phrase there dig deeper for nuances that feed my spirit in the search reveals an answer to your query. My breath...

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