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Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Ramshackle


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Untitled (Newark): photo by J Perez, 12 May 2013

William Carlos Williams: Between Walls

the back wings
of the

hospital where
nothing

will grow lie
cinders

in which shine
the broken
 
pieces of a green
bottle
 
William Carlos Williams: Between Walls (1938) from The Collected Poems of William Carlos Williams, Volume I, 1909-1939 (1988)


 

Untitled (Newark): photo by J Perez, 17 September 2013
 

Untitled (Newark): photo by J Perez, 25 May 2014
 

Untitled (Newark): photo by J Perez, 25 May 2013
 

Untitled (Newark): photo by J Perez, 25 May 2013



Untitled (Newark): photo by J Perez, 25 May 2013

4 comments:

Poet Red Shuttleworth said...

The good Dr. Williams and his fecund minimum. Thank you, Tom!

vazambam (Vassilis Zambaras) said...

The photos are wonderful complements to one of my favorites of the many shorties the good doctor's eye saw and captured so memorably; thanks, Tom.

Wooden Boy said...

Slow and measured revealing; catches how the eyes work over a scene.

"Fecund minimum" catches it nicely, Red.

TC said...

What is there to say but "feels like home..."?