Tag: Simeon Kronenberg

Simeon Kronenberg: “Rain” and “Unaccompanied”

These poems are part of the Long Paddock series for 78.1 Festschrift: David Brooks.  Unaccompanied Reading The Unaccompanied, Simon Armitage   You write of an igniting field, scrapes on bone   about half puddled snow and lonely souls   buried in ill-fitting clothes or decked on a car ferry   as it engines white water backing in to dock and home,   where someone waits with tea and biscuits wanting news.   You watch up close, but you’re targeted,   hedged in, as if discovered running guns after days of rain.   Rain I love the rain as it clatters…

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