Hibernal – a poem by Todd Copeland

Hibernal Late February, the darkness ecumenical beneath the night’s new moon. Another norther filigrees fallen leaves and windowpanes with a delicate, light frost. Why draw a line between the living and the dead on such a night, when the darkness within everything everywhere acknowledges itself? One stares through a window at the allusive, bituminous view, […]

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Conversation with my guts after looking at the tangka of the wrathful god Aksobhya – a poem by Sara Epstein

Conversation with my guts after looking at the tangka of the wrathful god Aksobhya, a buddha associated with transforming anger: I see you, my guts, in all your wrathful glory! Your red rivers and rivulets reach out in a ring around me, circling and radiating heat and inflammation! In the center is the image of your […]

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