Poem of the Week, by Darrell Bourque

4 thoughts on “Poem of the Week, by Darrell Bourque”

  1. I love this poem…..and am so reminded of Georg Kominsky, lighting the way for the skiers in the forest. “The moonlight turned him into a shadow amongst the trees, until a small flame lit up a few feet from the ground. The small flame rose in the air and swung from side to side…then I saw it was a lantern, hung in a tree. An old-time kind of lantern, with candlelight flickering through pierced-tin patterns.” What hauntingly lovely imagery…both Bourque’s and your own.

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