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Biggest Sky

06.09.14 Posted in today's words by

Elizabeth Dublin’s most recent poem to appear here was May Day (May 2014).

Biggest Sky
By Elizabeth Dublin

They say it’s in Montana
but the day I stood 2 miles northwest
of Manhattan

the sky exploded above
suffocating trees, dwarfing
the star-bit moon

and I was the smallest
dot of breath and blood, alone
in a pine footprint.


One Response to “Biggest Sky”

  1. Peter Krones says:

    Capturing moments in the immediate world seems to be this lady’s work, and she does it well. This is a beautiful shocker to start the day!


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