Marsh Hawk Review is an online poetry journal sponsored by the Marsh Hawk Press collective. Marsh Hawk Review will appear twice a year, under the revolving editorship of collective members. Each issue will offer a selection of poems solicited by the editor, in addition to new work posted by poets in the collective.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Michael Rerick

air-line


mute hair

transcript line

off border

impassable

in affection

guarded by flecks

by dog by night

lapsing into duty

opens locked

transport fields

rusted

machines

sad without combustion

wonderment

of sparks

carry their end

replicated

by lit positions


air-line


night—

the frogs of summer

tackle—control

weeping motions

potent recovery—

legs of morning

stride—

dead humors

closed in doors—

a lilt

cricket love—

found foodless

night—

a damp sky

treefull

dusked in bats—

clasping day

bright black

in arcs—masticate

holes in an echo

brick streams

day—perforations

slather paws—

sparrows of pitch

mill shade seeds—

in remarkable limbs

the toss of discoloration

cloying music

passes—light remark—

day broken

in a flash of yellow

crumbling clods

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