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WE WERE ALL A BIT GIDDY

We Were All a Bit Giddy sudden squall crossing the canal a line of geese all night the wind chimes’ three notes above the rumble of surf a man on a scooter with a burlap sack a dog’s head poking out we were all a bit giddy must have been the full moon

KINDS OF BLUE

There's nothing quite like the blue of snow in winter sunlight.  Unless maybe the blue of fire. "Ocean Blue" by Yoko's own Susan Gillis receives Arc Poetry's Award of Awesomeness for December 2020. Read it here!

ONE-MINUTE POEM

Now it’s November, how about this: “Snow coming down the mountain”?  Jane Munro reads a  one-minute poem from her new book , Glass Float.