Poems by Larry Chamberlin

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  • I speak to you in ancient words
    Straight from my heart, nay...

  • Seen many hyped up premieres,
    events that promised to be...

  • The air is heavy with your perfume
    pulls me to you like a homing dove...

  • Great Moon, mounting globe, sacred Lunar
    eucharist eye: portion for her feast...

  • Rowdy glides through
    the same dog-paths...

  • Some of you children must go to the stars
    please take my ashes, they're ever so light...

  • My coffee may be a little more bitter
    (sugar withheld for health and weight...

  • Thomas is about words
    but not empty words...

  • At Newgrange light crept slowly forward
    as the sun rose past the banks of the Boyne...

  • Four teenagers ride by
    on their bicycles...

  • I always remember my aunt
    with a black veil over her face...

  • Beat
    locked up...