Crossing a Grave in Harmonium by David Groulx (phafours press, 2020) has 18 deft, moving and lacerating poems. Here’s one:
Daydreaming in Blood
My blood’s red like a star dying
like the marsh inside my veins
the horses, much,
a single thoughts:
blood, a place I sometimes go
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Oct 26th he reads at the John Newlove Awards as part of Writers’ Fest online. He will be launching the Bywords publication of What the Haruspex Read in the Small Hours of My Body.