Posts Tagged ‘ rivers ’

Mr. Bungle – What the World Needs Now – YouTube

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Gary Snyder – An Evening With at Miami Book Fair 2016 – Counterpoint Press

thanks to A Longhouse Birdhouse

India court gives sacred Ganges and Yamuna rivers human status – BBC News

The Ganges and Yamuna rivers are worshipped by millions, but they are also heavily polluted    GETTY IMAGES

A court says legal protection will help in conserving the heavily polluted Ganges and Yamuna rivers.

Source: India court gives sacred Ganges and Yamuna rivers human status – BBC News

Suzanne Gardinier’s “Gapped Sonnet”

Gapped Sonnet

Suzanne Gardinier1961

Between the blinds Past the coded locks
Past the slanted gold bars of the day
Smelling of all-night salt rain on the docks
Of grief Of birth Of bergamot Of May

In the wind that lifts the harbor litter
Wet against my fingers in a dream
Salvaging among the tideline’s bitter
gleanings Generous Exigent Lush and lean

Your voice A tune I thought I had forgotten
The taste of cold July brook on my tongue
A fire built on thick ice in the winter
The place where lost and salvaged meet and fit
The cadences a class in grief is taught in
The sound when frozen rivers start to run

Copyright © 2013 by Suzanne Gardinier. Used with permission of the author. This poem appeared in Poem-a-Day on March 4, 2013.

A Longhouse Birdhouse: WANG AN-SHIH ~

Wandering Out With A Full Moon To
Eightfold-Integrity River

Thoughts turned far away from you,
confusion rife, I can’t sleep. Finally

I rise, gaze up into bright stars, then
saddle a horse and wander the road

east, thinking rivers and mountains
might ease my worries. I know you

are no dinner. Come: we’ll ladle out

clouds together here at their source.

A Longhouse Birdhouse: WANG AN-SHIH ~.

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