Pleased to have Michael Vecchio’s poems up at Underfoot this week. Fluid poems packed with natural imagery, inquisitive & with a sense of attachment to place.
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A Mythical Bird
A mythical bird
said to breed
In a nest floating
on the sea
is more actual than sand
builds a canopy
because belief removes
any doubt that wings
will be feathered full
and the glass they cover
From ‘An Allegiance to Some’, Selected Poems, 2010-2013
Somnambulistic Tendencies Near to the Hudson
1. The Adirondacks in the absence of chlorophyll
reveal a hidden visual fire
beneath which run
the origin waters of the Hudson.
2. The middle opens
like a flower desire
into fingered reaches.
3. As can be imagined
reveal many greenish-grays
leaving the impression of shoulders
leaning through collars of vegetation.
4. Waiting for the deer to spring
blindly from the dark
into the hidden mire
my metallic carriage hurls forward.
5. Once the way…
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