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R. Bremner


in your blue sky.
You open my lunch
and dredge the silt.
Littered in anarchy,
it would take
more than lightning
to marry the red stars
to the sunrise.
My hours listen for the years
of your immense eyes.
(Rearranged phrases from Sylvia Plath’s Colossus)

R. BREMNER has written of incense, peppermints, and the color of time since the 1970s in such venues as International Poetry Review, Sigmund Freud in Poetry, Paterson Literary Review, and Jerry Jazz Musician. He has published two full-length collections of poetry, as well as six chapbooks, and has thirteen unpublished manuscripts lying around, enjoying themselves.