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Anne Selden Annab

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Orthodocks

by

Anne Selden Annab

Shagspere made upwards
not just spells
but the words them selves!
Imagein
living in an age
where you could (should, might)
right
with out the rife of rules
witch fools us into
err go
I can rite.


Galactic Seed

by

Anne Selden Annab

Four seasons of constellations
crack, opening into seed pods
etched with prehistoric forms;
reptilian twists into limb.

Four orbs of sky drop splattering open:
One into Spring's efflorescence, preamble
to Summer's long stemmed thrust and
Bloom. Smash and tatter into
Autumn's slow crumblings
as it all metabolizes
into
Winter's buried seed.

Four sides are a frame to contain
the splotches and strokes crimson
and green and black. No spilling
of blue (as in sky) as she reaches,
grabbing galaxies and plunging them into seeds.


The Border

by

Anne Selden Annab


Black angles twined
like barbed wire
the surround and surrender
of property:

Two aphid shapes tumbling
in the two upper corners
tumbling down to divide into
a swastika and a star

Song Bird Descending

by

Anne Selden Annab


Song bird descending
with note hue etched
on his barrel breast
and shaped in the arc
of his wing.

Song bird descending
with pollens and potions,
all the elixirs of air entwined
by the raptures of soaring
that enable the songbird
to sing

Genetics

by

Anne Selden Annab


She is a medley
of a million years:
Remnants and reams
of galaxies
flit through her face
deserts and caves
and forests and lakes
sand and sea and sky...
All entwine together
into a glance.