(No new poetry in this special Digifilm issue)
Milk, David Saia
A first attempt at the impossible task of coping with the death of one's mother.
Infinity, David Grayson
Would you prefer a universe with an end?
Emailing the Dead, David Saia
Round things roll, houses tumble like dice... fathers, and then mothers, die.
Broken Water, Michelle Daugherty
God, but you'll love this poem!
Sand Shark, Kim Cochran
Who says the Horsemen of the Apocalypse won't be riding in SUVs?
Grandma Said, Kim Cochran
A hay-scent scarecrow reverie from the American Midwest
Golden Days, Rodger Kamenetz
A new poem from the celebrated author of The Lowercase Jew, Nympholepsy, Terra Infirma, and The Jew in the Lotus.
Americat, Keith Ekiss
A gentle parody from a gentle poet of increasing reknown.
Moe Howard Considers the Death of His Brother, Curly, Jim Henley
I gave him the idea; he made it loverly.
Flashpoems: Driving I-10, I-25, I-40, I-70, Luis Urrea
In-transit Interstate poems from the author of Devil's Highway.
Minyan, David Grayson
The Moocat is pleased to curl up and gaze as poet David Grayson wafts around the antechamber of Kabbalistic Judaism.
The Inside Scoop, David Grayson
On the nature of divinity...
Nativity, Li-Young Lee
Incredibly delighted to be able to present two poems from the mysterious, allusive, uniquely voiced work of this highly acclaimed and exciting new poet.
I Ask My Mother To Sing, Li-Young Lee
The Absence of Colours, in the World of Colours, Rati Saxena
Island Logic, Susan Borie Chambers
Susan Borie Chambers' work has appeared in Fourteen Hills, New York Quarterly, The Greensboro Review and The Laurel Review. She lives in Davis, CA.
Peepshow Kleenex, Susan Borie Chambers
Allen Ginsberg Forgives Ezra Pound on Behalf of the Jews, Rodger Kamenetz
The acclaimed writer and noted religious scholar (author of The Missing Jew, Terra Infirma, and his most recent, highly acclaimed book, The Jew in the Lotus) on coming to terms with our poetic fathers.
Lacing Your Shoes: Haiku and the Everyday
, David Grayson, Dec 2001
On the seemingly ephemeral essence of the art of Haiku, by a widely published practicioner.
Four Haiku, David Grayson
Smoking Haiku, Lynn Landry
december 12, 2001, dsaia, Dec 2001
Daydreaming on my 40th birthday...
Geary & Jones, Monday, 8:23 a.m., dsaia, Dec 2001
The Keeper, dsaia, Dec 2001
Memento Mori, Bruce Fleming, Nov 2001
Football's Birthday, Julie Allan, Nov 2001
The Edward Gorey Museum, Julie Allan
Arrival, Don Gordon, Aug 2001
Victim o' Soikumstance, dsaia, Dec 1989
"He had to shave his head for the act... he felt he had no longer any appeal for the fair sex."
Moe Howard, on the death of his youngest brother, Jerome (a.k.a. 'Curly')
Responsible, dsaia, Aug 1994
The Origin of Teeth and Bones, Michael Stone Johnson, 1990
Questions for Understanding Martins Ferry, Ohio, dsaia, Apr 2001
With fond apologies to both James Wright and to the Poetry Society of Fu Jen University in Taiwan
This Is Just To Tell You, dsaia, Oct 1984
With fond apologies to W.C. Williams
Not-Cat (and what-not), dsaia, May 1988
To Michelle..., dsaia, June 2001
Only poem I've written whose title is longer than its content
Dalien, dsaia, June 2001
A port city 500 km east of Beijing, at the tip of the Liaoning Peninsula
A joke, dsaia, December 1994
To My Unmet Wife, dsaia, January 1994
(From the Pool Hall on Shirlington Road)
(Elly), dsaia, May 1993
Olives are still (annul wives well), dsaia, February 1991
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