Wednesday, November 2, 2022
an iridescence at the foot of plunder
caged colloquy flirt transmissible, high-
strung hollows gape, astir with
sweetening the backside of archaic resemblance patterns born of infidel grow contagious
vapour from a past idle
air as contraband
unseemly deposits dwarf the earnest
looking for clues an
Note: SENTINEL Hinges to Richard Capobianco’s masterful Heidegger commentary, Heidegger’s Way of Being.
Richard writes: “Sentinel” in its root meaning is one who is open to and receives and takes in what is; one who “senses” all that is…. The “sentinel” as “herald” makes manifest what is manifest.
& Richard’s English translation of Heidegger’s translation of the Heraclitus fragment 93 is also pertinent:
The high one, whose place of the pointing-saying is in Delphi, neither uncovers (only) nor conceals (only); rather he gives signs.
Poet Will Alexander says this about SENTINEL:
Thanks for sharing this wayward musical drift, this wayward ensemble of splinters, this daring motific of blankness, the seeming thrill of in-action. Somehow blizzards burn and trace themselves by randomity, by a curious sanction of spells.
heft flex hammock burl
into its own
Heller Levinson is the author of LURE (Black Widow Press, 2022), and lives in New York where he studies animal behavior.
Nick Boyer is an emerging poet writing in Upstate New York. He recently self-published his debut novel, Steady Progress Home, and his poetry has been published in Taj Mahal Review. More of his writing can be found on the web at poetryforthegrave.com or @poetryforthegrave on Instagram.