Poems by Larry Chamberlin

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  • Well, since you ask, I’ll tell you how, for...
    this ring has been worn, or one just like it, on...

  • There were Jesus freaks who had no seats
    at the feast of counterrevolution...

  • Golden, short fur, huge head, big enough
    to lock onto a bull’s jowl and drag it down...


  • “He tells me he’s never leaving this house...

  • The children’s section, when I was a child
    served my sister as a babysitter for me...

  • Living two blocks from
    Jesuit church you cannot...

  • Inundation
    When we met you flooded me with promise...

  • She gave me a personal guided tour of her mind
    but when it was finished the trail of ironic...

  • Shadows of branches
    furred with green buds stark against...

  • The dry air pulls my breath eastward
    where desert calls in earnest yearning...

  • I want to be the hero in your midnight story,
    the one you whisper to yourself when the lights...

  • It satisfies the soul to step back occasionally
    and roam the smaller town main streets...