David Blair

Poetry

“Vagrant Song—Boston Players” by David Blair

01 February 2010 on Poetry

  Saturday night, the white Lord & Taylor still open, and the modern wing of the library had driven aground its white hull into pedestrian space—its only cramped spree in...

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“That a Bear May Be Better Off Long-Lived in a Trained Bear Show Than Loping along Scraggly Highway for Shorter Spans” by David Blair

01 February 2010 on Poetry

Is it better that a bear be long-lived in a trained bear show or to lope along his six-years with coneflowers getting more and more distant from the blueberry bushes?...

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“As One Putting the Phonograph Needle Back One Song After Finding a Coveted Recording” by David Blair

01 February 2010 on Poetry

Most of the country is not hung up on Rome as we are, a couple of yard pagans— that was a wonderful smile under that big Blonde Venus afro wig...

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“Vinyl Raingear” by David Blair

01 February 2010 on Poetry

With all these feathering maple flowers and oaks, this driving the streets has all the eventual bad health of hillbilly music or the French New Wave as some watery Cambridge...

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