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Michael Homolka

Michael Homolka

Michael Homolka's poems have appeared recently or are forthcoming in publications such as Antioch Review, Boulevard, The New Yorker, Parnasus: Poetry in Review, Ploughshares and the Threepenny Review. He grew up in Los Angeles and lives in New York City.

Discipleship


A cold cast of existence :  that moment
in art history when one art
breaks from another   and life
is forever seen otherwise

A few minutes past some country wall
the deepest green of needles
clunks to the weeds where my mother
wanders on perpetual loop

Idleness versus purpose
destiny versus flitteryness :  Isosceles
and not human at all   my mother
dabs and my mother daubs
Grass-green

yellow-green   green-black :  not even
two seconds to say farewell to her children

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Michael Montlack

Michael Montlack
Ghent Farm House (c. 1790)

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Shauna Gilligan

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