Helsinki Window by Robert Creeley

Helsinki Window by Robert Creeley      for Anselm Hollo Go out into brightened space out there the fainter yellowish place it makes for eye to enter out to greyed penumbra all the way to thoughtful searching sight of all beyond that solid red both brick and seeming metal roof or higher black beyond the genial slopeContinue reading “Helsinki Window by Robert Creeley”

Rune of the Finland Woman by Marilyn Hacker

Rune of the Finland Womanby Marilyn Hacker     For Sára Karig       “You are so wise,” the reindeer said, “you can bind the winds of the world in a single strand.” H. C. Andersen, “The Snow Queen” She could bind the world’s winds in a single strand.She could find the world’s words in a singing wind.She could lendContinue reading “Rune of the Finland Woman by Marilyn Hacker”