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Tag Archives: birds

found poem: birds

found poem: chaperones

found poem: The more I understand

found poem: as arbiters

found poem: night

found poem: the snow

found poem: Wet hens

found poem: concise

found poem: and eagles

found poem: flattering

Neologism Poetry Journal

Auspicious! Neologism Poetry Journal has published two of my found poems in Issue #55. They last featured my work in Issue #30 and it’s lovely to be included again.

found poem: for want

found poem: in the nest

River Heron Review

found poem: horses

found poem: a metaphor

found poem: the bird

found poem: the dark

Entropy: The Birds

I am always thrilled when Entropy: The Birds accepts my work for publication. Today, they’ve published three of my found-bird poems along with a gorgeous raven photo by Joe Meche. (There’s a little heart below the poems and bio. If you like the poems, I’d be hugely grateful if you’d click it. Thanks.)


Very pleased to have a found poem, night, in Issue 9 of Lammergeier.

(The high-mountain-dwelling lammergeier, also known as Bearded Vulture, Gypaetus barbatus, is held sacred by Tibetans, has a 9-foot wingspan, and eats primarily bones, which it drops from a great height to reveal the delicious marrow.)

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