Poetry Drawer: Sleepy Whale Poems 236-435 by Terry Brinkman

Sleepy Whale 236 Mary’s without a second careEvery animal’s faultThe art of manBarring the BeesShip of the streetsBrutes of the fieldAmbulating, acquaintance, passionatelyFriendly fashion indubitableMaking her look sideways at meHankering new vistasHad her father’s giftIrish exquisite, variations Sleepy Whale 248 … Continue reading

Poetry Drawer: Sleepy Whale 385: Sleepy Whale 417: Bluest Irish Eyes: Portugal Red Brick by Terry Brinkman

Sleepy Whale 385 Alabaster rich silk crucified shirtFan shoals above oval facePlaying her acoustic BaseGhost woman’s maladroit silk skirtSitting on treeless grave dirtTobacco shop-girl’s stocking’s laceBlue Irish blue eyes embraceShattered window pane insertGyasi unshed tear drop, eyesTwilight walking in her … Continue reading