James Phillip Mcauley Light Poems

  • 1.
    A ray of light, to an oblique observer,
    Remains invisible in pure dry air;
    But shone into a turbid element
    It throws distracting side-gleams everywhere
    ...
  • 2.
    A year ago you came
    Early into the light.
    You lived a day and night,
    Then died; no one to blame.
    ...
  • 3.
    On the street of the concrete refugee tenements
    That have collapsed into the smoking holes
    The Israeli rockets blew open at dawnâ??s early light,
    The sundered limbs and torsos of a Jenin family
    ...
  • 4.
    Or Vice-Versa

    This morning, friends, the blackboard will be black
    Behind my skull: your eyelids will be slack,
    ...
Total 4 Light Poems by James Phillip Mcauley

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