Migrations at the End of the Ice Age (2 New Poems)

Many thanks to Richard Smyth, editor of Albatross, for including two of my poems from Old Europe in Albatross #27. You can download a .pdf of the entire issue here.


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  1. What do I call this style? These visions of yours of the Stone Age, as I’ve mentioned in comment before, are superb. The images are cold, peppered with the colors of the bronze, copper, and blood of cave paintings. In the current Albatross, your reds and yellows of wild berry on the tundra and the glacial snows that follow the movement of the Ice Age are mixed with the vibrant green of fresh meadows. I also like your use of long single lines in each stanza. It allows time for the mind to grasp the imagery.

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