浙江十一选五遗漏期数 www.zvzoc.com 日期:2014-02-26 Quails Meg Kearney Pliny told that migrating quails rested in such numbers on the sails of ships at night that the vessels were in danger of sinking. -- from 100 Birds and How They Got Their Names All night our ship creaks and groans under the weigh... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-26 Robins in Love William Logan Branched like an artery, the dying oak leafs out with February robins. This is their layover(中途停留) month, down to the Keys and back. True snowbirds! A man with a .45 and a measured eye could pick them off one by on... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-26 The Joins Chana Bloch Kintsugi is the Japanese art of mending precious pottery with gold. What's between us often seems flexible as the webbing between forefinger(食指) and thumb. Seems flexible, but it's not; what's between us is made of clay, li... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-26 Clamor Nick Norwood The mill's non-stop noise, a whir and a clangor(叮當聲) , follows him home, over the bridge and up the hill, while at his back it goes on wheezing, chuffing lint through manifold(多方面的) windows, into the village with the l... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-26 Stoppages after Marcel Duchamp Patrick Brandon A line cast over water settles on the water skin. Salmon engage in piscine(魚的) trigonometry(三角法) , track the crooked(彎曲的) trajectory of light. Pouting courtiers, indifferent to our air- bl... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-26 The Company Sigman Byrd We believed in the company as permanent gravity, as sacrament(圣禮) , and got the job done. We were given the memo about getting it done. But then the company changed hands. Another, more profitable company hoisted up a sig... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-26 Invocation, and a Sort of Lullaby Jonathan Weinert ~ Bills unpaid, and half the rent, the baby Pleistocene with borrowed heat, I sing. No one coaxes(哄騙) or demurs(異議,反對) . Empty fail the savage pines, their stock of seed already spent. Th... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 Let Goldfinches Fly Out of Yellow Meredith Stricker wild mustard let the sun rotate as though seeming to circle the earth let rain fall into storm culverts(暗溝) and the blue dragonfly swerve(轉彎,背離) out of blue sky begin to count the beats... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 The End of the World Meredith Stricker has already happened is happening here it is what to prove nothing here it is no other than the small coiled(盤繞的) teeth of mollusk(軟體動物) radula(齒舌) scraping granite tidepools clean seen correctly... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 Catalpa Paul Mariani In the patch-bright shadow of the flowering catalpa(梓樹) , limbs loam-streaked from struggling with the narrow plank cranky barrow I kept emptying into the maws of cedar(雪松) boxes Mark was building, and stunned too with t... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 In the torso of a great windstorm Claire Kelly Odds and Ends, 1939 The wind makes everything alive. Without movement a subject is dead. Just look! -- Emily Carr Put your hand over a flashlight, watch it glow faerie(仙境) pink. Picture -- lit from... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 Mouth: To Say Lisa Ampleman To say a word, we put it in our mouths. It may roll between the teeth or hum on the palate(味覺,上顎) . Love, after all, starts on tongue against teeth and ends on lips. To communicate once meant to take communion. I t... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 Becoming a Book Howard Schwartz When writers die they become books, which is, after all, not too bad an incarnation(化身,典型). -- Jorge Luis Borges for Ben Furnish All these years, without knowing it, I've been preparing for my rebirth as a book... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 Junior Soccer Andrew Frisardi You'd think the ball was a germ(胚芽,細菌) , the kids exuberant(繁茂的) antibodies swarming to douse it with will, then finally punish it toward the orange witch-hats goal. My friend's daughter doesn't want us to k... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 DetoNation Ocean Vuong There's a joke that ends with-- huh ? It's the bomb saying here is your father. Now here is your father inside your lungs. Look how lighter the earth is--afterward. To even write the word father is to carve a portion of the da... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-02-13 Exercise for the Evening Jean-Paul de Dadelsen Stop. Instead of panting and gasping(喘氣) from second to second Like a torrent hurtling from rock to rock with no special merit, Breathe More slowly, without moving, ankles crossed, hands clasped, Ob... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2014-01-09 Doozie Albert Goldbarth A bun in her oven? Geez Louise, isn't that malarkey(胡說) ? Estelle? Miss Goody-Two-Shoes? I thought it was bunkum too, when I heard it. Really: you coulda knocked me for a loop. But Alice told me, and she's jake. Alice: th... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2013-12-26 Douglas Fir Ken Howe It is easier to apprehend the sacredness(神圣) of the Douglas-Fir in the mountains, where it is more rare. Frequently alone in a meadow, surrounded by dropped fir cones(錐形體) , needles bestrewing its pedestal, its dais. Th... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2013-12-26 Climate Reply Trey Moody Weather as if to repeat. Weather to read a name. As if to ask a question, weather to strip the mane, to feed the cats, to sleep. Go inside, weather to weep, split the maw(胃,咽喉) . Plant the plants, weather to eat the de... 閱讀全文>>

日期:2013-12-26 Cut Memories Rex Wilder I take my memories for the short Term, like cut flowers to be Enjoyed for three or four days, While still fresh, while not Too receded(后退,減弱) , and before they become Brown at the edges, and the voices Change, and the... 閱讀全文>>

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