Category Archives: Edmund Dulac

To Arielle and the Moon, David Trinidad

To Arielle and the Moon The night reduced to a siren, a sigh: Beautiful boy on the treadmill Glimpsed sweating through sweating glass— My new moon. Sylvia’s moon: a smiling skull Snagged in witchy branches; fossil Brushed free of blackest … Continue reading

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Orpheus and Eurydice

Standing on flagstones of the sidewalk at the entrance to Hades Orpheus hunched in a gust of wind That tore at his coat, rolled past in waves of fog, Tossed the leaves of the trees. The headlights of cars Flared … Continue reading

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Carl Sandburg ~ I Sang

I Sang I SANG to you and the moon But only the moon remembers.      I sang O reckless free-hearted     free-throated rhythms, Even the moon remembers them     And is kind to me. ~Carl Sandburg Source: Edmund Dulac – Where to buy … Continue reading

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