English poetry

Poems in English

Nothing grows except the grass

Nothing grows except the grass. Nothing leaps into sight except some stone And what the stone contains and protects. Here, […]

Behind, perhaps, let the sea blow

Behind, perhaps, let the sea blow. Let some word blow Outside every destination of slime, rust. Perhaps ointments from Avicenna, […]

To Marianne Moore

If the idea of immortality is excluded, There remains dust, Grass, Water that forms puddles, The branch from which the […]