Cloud Country

Carl Phillips

 
 
 

Poems by This Author

And It Begins Like This by Carl Phillips
At Bay by Carl Phillips
Coral-bells purpled the fallen sycamore leaves, dead, the dead
Aubade: Some Peaches, After Storm by Carl Phillips
So that each / is its own, now--each has fallen, blond stillness.
Civilization by Carl Phillips
There's an art
If a Wilderness by Carl Phillips
Then spring came
Leda, After the Swan by Carl Phillips
Perhaps, / in the exaggerated grace
Passing by Carl Phillips
When the Famous Black Poet speaks,
Porcelain by Carl Phillips
As when a long forgetfulness lifts suddenly, and what
Surrounded as we are, unlit, unshadowed by Carl Phillips
Squalor of leaves


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