Sunday, 5 May 2013

3 Poems by Marcia Arrieta

renaissance spring

fields of waves
railroad tracks
coast & clouds
a turbulent sea
wind & abandoned steel
mountains fall through fingers
lost cities
orange trees & sand


awaiting an answer

concrete examples solitude the treadmill the farmland reading logs chicken coops
embroidered dish towels

the word enigma complicates the conversation although no one is talking
resonance book store on green street art gallery at the top of the stairs

snow falling cherry blossoms & anemones
a branch in the middle of the stream sits on a rock thinking



i erase the board

“Alas, there are so many things between heaven and earth of which only the poets have dreamed.”
“I saw ascetics of the spirit approach; they grew out of the poets.”
                                                                        Nietzsche—Thus Spoke Zarathustra


chalk dust.     galleons.

remote possibility.     primeval waters.      risk.


Bionote

Marcia Arrieta is a poet and artist. Her work appears in Web Conjunctions, Ellipsis, Cold Mountain Review, Osiris, BluePrint Review, Alice Blue, Ditch, Eratio, Moria, The Last VISPO Anthology, and Category 2 Installment One, Red Ochre Press .  She is the author of one book of poetry, triskelion, tiger moth, tangram, thyme (Otoliths Press), and two chapbooks, experimental: (Potes & Poets Press) and the curve against the linear (Toadlily Press’s The Quartet Series—An Uncommon Accord). She edits and publishes Indefinite Space, a poetry journal.

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